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Inglewood has a police oversight commission, but some argue it lacks power

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The city of Inglewood created a citizen police oversight commission in 2002, following controversial interactions with officers and residents, to monitor the police department and review the actions of officers. But many believe that it has not done much in the way of oversight, let alone reform.

LA Times reporter Angel Jennings published an article this week detailing the commission's diminished power, its infrequent meetings and limited jurisdiction. She spoke with A Martinez about the commission.

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