COLUMBIA — Internal investigations of complaints by white citizens against Columbia police officers from 2005 through 2007 were about 10 times more likely to be found valid than complaints from black citizens during the same period, according to a report requested by and compiled for the Citizen Oversight Committee.
Complaints against police show racial disparity
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