City Council gives final approval to Law Enforcement Transparency and Accountability Commission

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The first calls for city council to take action for police oversight began in August 2019 but protests in June over the in-custody death of George Floyd reignited the call for city leaders to do something.

Four months and over 800 applications later, Colorado Springs City Council gave unanimous approval to the Law Enforcement Transparency and Accountability Commission, an 11-member board with two alternates.

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