Chief of Change 

Against history and high expectations, Frank Straub looks to reshape the Spokane Police Department

It would seem to take a strange kind of masochist to want to assume responsibility for the Spokane Police Department. Considered misunderstood at best and dangerous at worst, the Lilac City’s police force remains plagued by widespread public cynicism, ongoing legal…

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