Law enforcement advisory panel offers recommendations for policing reforms
The Pennsylvania State Law Enforcement Citizen Advisory Commission, created by Gov. Tom Wolf last year, is made up of 21 voting members, including one representative from each of Pennsylvania’s 15 state police troops, and is tasked with reviewing law enforcement practices in the commonwealth and offering recommendations on areas of improvement, including areas such as use-of-force, police-involved shootings and bias-based policing practices.
Pa. Inspector General: Who watches the fiscal watchdog? | Editorial Cartoon
An investigation revealed that the Office of Inspector General spent $160,000 on guns and ammunition that it cannot use.
‘It’s done some really profound things for us’: How a 2-year-old state law changed the role of Pa.’s overlooked government watchdog
Bruce Beemer’s office on the eighth floor of the Forum Place building in downtown Harrisburg has a pretty decent view of the Capitol. Which is only appropriate, since part of his job as Pennsylvania Inspector General is keeping an eye on the place. But getting here took a little doing — in more ways than […]