ALBUQUERQUE — The U.S. Department of Justice is set to release its report on the troubled Albuquerque Police Department and could mandate federal oversight and reforms costing millions of dollars.
The announcement expected Thursday will follow a more than yearlong investigation into possible civil rights violations and excessive use of force. The police agency has been decried for 37 shootings by officers since 2010, more than 20 of them deadly.
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