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Florida / Police Board #286195

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 04, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced.

(Winter Park, Florida) Florida's police board's monitoring of state's police officers examined; 1981 case of Ponce Inlet police chief Theodore Grau and 1979 incident with Miami ofr. Norman Evans recalled as exs. Photos, police videotapes shown. Grau's remarks transcribed on screen. [Steve KELLY - pleads for leniency.] Bd. action against Kelly noted. [Standards board spokesperson Pat GALLAGHER - thinks problem of wayward police serious.] [Miami police chief Ken. HARMS - notes importance of board] Lack of prosecution of such officers noted. [Rape victim's MOTHER - criticizes lack of prosecution of guilty ofr.] Ofr. Ronald Dunn's defense of roving police officers outlined. [DUNN - supports strong standards, but believes 2nd chance should be given.]
REPORTER: Wyatt Andrews

Reporter(s):
Andrews, Wyatt
Duration:
00:03:40

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