Working Together to Expose Police Misconduct

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From burned banker's boxes to shredded records to litigation, the fight to unseal California's secret police files is far from over.

KQED is part of a coalition of journalists throughout the state that is requesting and reporting on police misconduct records unsealed under a new law, Senate Bill 1421.

Even though there is a law, records are being destroyed and police unions are fighting to keep the records secret.

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