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Police killings of people of color have gotten a lot more attention in recent years — in large part because of social media. That kind of news travels fast now.

In response, protesters have taken to the streets and advocates have pushed policy to demand reforms, including greater oversight of law enforcement.

Which poses an important question: Who should police the police?

VOSD’s Jesse Marx explains how police oversight is currently structured and what happens when cops get convicted.

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