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NOBLE Presents Disturbing Report on BART Police Department, 10/1/09: audio and full report
by dave id
Exactly nine months to the day after the BART police murder of Oscar Grant III, the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) presented a draft version of its "top to bottom" review of the BART police department to the Board of Directors in a Special Meeting on October 1st. NOBLE was hired by BART in April
to conduct the review at a cost of $128,000. The entire 303-page draft version of the "BART Police Department Management Audit" is attached below. The final version is expected in two to three weeks. Pictured here are the NOBLE representatives who presented the review to the BART Board of Directors: Patrick Oliver, former Chief of Police for four different departments in Ohio; Lou Dekmar, Chief of Police in LaGrange, Georgia; and Wanda Dunham, Chief of Police for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA).
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