King County Local Dive podcast

King County Local Dive podcast

Misconduct in the sheriff’s office; ACLU gets involved in book ban | King County Local Dive

A new podcast for King County residents

This week’s podcast takes a closer look at the Office of Law Enforcement Oversight’s annual report regarding investigations of misconduct complaints made against employees of the King County Sheriff’s Office; and how the ACLU has gotten involved in the continuing saga over the Kent School District banning a book for its sexual themes.

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