A Tacoma police officer keeps an eye on protesters as they march in downtown Tacoma in March to protest the shooting death of Jacqueline Salyers. Tacoma police are trying to reach out to disaffected members of the community with their Project Peace initiative.
A Tacoma police officer keeps an eye on protesters as they march in downtown Tacoma in March to protest the shooting death of Jacqueline Salyers. Tacoma police are trying to reach out to disaffected members of the community with their Project Peace initiative. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune file photo
A Tacoma police officer keeps an eye on protesters as they march in downtown Tacoma in March to protest the shooting death of Jacqueline Salyers. Tacoma police are trying to reach out to disaffected members of the community with their Project Peace initiative. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune file photo

An APB for Tacoma, state to act on police reforms

August 27, 2016 02:12 PM

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