Since long before the shooting of Danielle Willard or the revelation there may be problems with a narcotics detective, six West Valley City residents have met to discuss the police force there.
The six volunteers constitute the West Valley City Professional Standards Review Board, a civilian body monitoring the city’s 190 or so police officers. But like details in the Willard shooting or why prosecutors suddenly dropped 19 prosecutions involving the detective, results of the work done by the review board are elusive.
Ilana Rosenzweig from the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcements join Rod on the show to discuss this.
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