The Inlander Responds To Complaints 

Reviewing our coverage of police after local agencies lodge complaints of inaccurate and biased reporting

p {font-size: 14px; line-height: 150%; } The Spokane Police Lieutenants and Captains Association last week issued a letter to officers and the media extolling the good work of police while complaining about a “slanted perspective” in the local media. “The time…

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