Watching the Watchers 

While the police reform, the ombudsman says news outlets should do the same.

When police ombudsman Tim Burns laid out his ideas for reforming the police department to a Spokane City Council committee last month, he also had a few choice words for the city’s reporters. “During the past two years, the ombudsman has…

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