One year after city leaders announced Project Peace, and six months after a downtown meeting Feb. 8 to roll out more than 30 policing reforms, progress has been slow and all but invisible from outside the department.
One year after city leaders announced Project Peace, and six months after a downtown meeting Feb. 8 to roll out more than 30 policing reforms, progress has been slow and all but invisible from outside the department. Fernando Salazar MCT file, 2013
One year after city leaders announced Project Peace, and six months after a downtown meeting Feb. 8 to roll out more than 30 policing reforms, progress has been slow and all but invisible from outside the department. Fernando Salazar MCT file, 2013

Tacoma finds slow going on road to police reform

July 30, 2016 2:31 PM

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