Complaints against DPD jump 20%, but investigator shortage leads to delays

As complaints against Detroit Police officers jump 20% from last year, the office tasked with looking into officer misconduct is battling a severe staffing shortage. The lack of investigators has led just over half of citizen complaints open today to languish beyond the 90-day timeline mandated by the feds.

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