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SCPD No Disclosure of When People were PepperSprayed, Choked, Tasered, Gun-Bullied or Shot
by Robert Norse
In August of this year, the SCPD forwarded me its Policy 300, covering Use of Force. They also refused to respond to the substantive part of my request detailing when and where they drew their guns, shot their guns, used their tasers, initiated choke holds, used their clubs or pepper-sprayed. City Council's "Public Safety" Committee has been spending its time wagging its tail behind the "Homeless Are Criminals" Public Safety Task Force and, as far as I know ignored this important issues that have now assumed national prominence. I include my initial Public Records Act request and the responses that followed.

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