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Mundine questions judges, police, law enforcement personnel, government officials, and the public about whether there is sufficient evidence to investigate or prosecute any individual

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Mundine questions judges, police, law enforcement personnel, government officials, and the public about whether there is sufficient evidence to investigate or prosecute any individual. We will remain vigilan우리카지노t in conducting these audits in a manner that is consistent with our goals of jarvees.comproviding information to law enforcement officials and the public about misconduct that occurs in our communities. The Board of Supervisors will be actively soliciting public comments regarding the audit process through its website at www.cityofsanantonio.gov and the public can view the recommendations of the Audit Task Force at www.cityofsanantonio.gov/audit/audit-reform-task-force.

The jarvees.comaudit will be conducted from August 28 through October 7, 2018 and the report will be presented to the Board of Supervisors on January 30, 2019.

“The audit process works,” said San Antonio Police Chief William McManus, “The San Antonio Police Department looks forward to continuing our dialogue with the board about its recommendations to ensure integrity and accountability is maintained.”

A total of $3.24 million is being set aside for audit improvements, including the following:





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