Outside Investigators Approved To Help Albuquerque Police
A federal judge has approved an order proposing the creation of an outside team to assist the Albuquerque Police Department with investigations into officer-related use of force cases.
U.S. District Judge James Browning signed off on the order after a federal court hearing Friday, and said he will issue a written opinion on the matter in April in response to comments he made in court, the Albuquerque Journal reported.
The U.S. Department of Justice and the city of Albuquerque proposed hiring an administrator and undetermined number of investigators for the External Force Investigation Team to assist the police department’s internal affairs force division in cases where police officers use force causing injury, hospitalization or death.
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