With Trump gone, lawyers are flooding Justice Department with requests to investigate police

“We’ve worked hard to become more transparent and communicative,” said Chartrand, explaining that the department has released thousands of pages of documents and is restricted by privacy laws from handing over other information that activists demand. In June, police hired a new chief, Karl Oakman, a former black deputy chief in Kansas City, Mo., who has pledged to improve community relations.

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