SB 54, the so-called sanctuary state bill, would be the most significant change to local immigration enforcement in a decade – and it would come not from President Donald Trump but the state.
In two cases this month, the Citizens’ Law Enforcement Review Board found sheriff’s deputies weren’t at fault for not placing a man on suicide watch, despite obvious, documented signs that both men were at risk.
One of the main goals of the Citizens’ Law Enforcement Review Board is to ensure law enforcement officials who break the rules or abuse their power are held accountable. But over the last year, the group failed to hold its own leader accountable, according to documents and emails obtained by Voice of San Diego through […]
The Citizens’ Law Enforcement Review Board, an independent oversight body that investigates complaints against county law enforcement officers, has more open death cases than at any time in its history.
As the San Diego Sheriff’s Department prepares to roll out a test run of body cameras, the citizen oversight group that investigates complaints against the department says the sheriff needs to tweak its policies. The group’s No 1 concern: Don’t let deputies review the footage before they write up reports.
It’s been four months since United Against Police Terror received a hateful email that it says was traced back to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, but it remains unclear what, if any, results have come from the department’s internal investigation.
When Clifften Korsch was being booked into jail in August 2014, he refused to communicate with sheriff’s deputies in English, instead speaking in his native German. So one deputy made him watch a video of Adolf Hitler speeches.
The sheriff uses data to track people it considers potential serious criminals, and initiates massive sweeps to try and catch them in the midst of an arrestable offense. In the process, thousands of residents are contacted by law enforcement just for being in a public place.
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Filner built a 20-year career in Congress on the back of his work for veterans and individual constituents. The claim that he used a meeting with a wounded vet as pretext for a date strikes at the heart of his career.