CA: BART Lauded for Reforms After Grant Killing
Nearly five years after a BART officer's killing of train rider Oscar Grant exposed deep problems within the transit agency's police force, the department has made solid progress in implementing reforms, an independent auditor said Thursday. The 200-officer force has "exceeded expectations" in working toward overhauling the department, said audit director Patrick Oliver, a former police chief who directs the criminal justice program at Cedarville University in Ohio. "Significant progress...
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