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Analysis (4 of 4), 1991 April 2 - June 30. Duplicates (Some may be superceded). PART OF A SERIES: To ascertain misconduct on the part of LAPD officers, the Independent Commission set out to probe databases maintained by the LAPD related to four areas: personnel complaints, use of force, officer-involved shootings (OIS), and the use of dogs (K-9). This task was delegated to the firm Freeman & Mills, which was responsible for obtaining these databases from the LAPD, converting pertinent data into useable formats, creating additional databases of additional information, and analyzing its findings. The series contains items related to Freeman & Mills' work product, including numerous analyses of use-of-force, OIS, and K-9 data weekly complaint summary printouts graphs, charts, tables, and other visual representations of this data and computer directory lists that provide the names and locations of files within the LAPD's databases. At the end of the series is a draft copy of the Independent Commission's final report, which incorporates many of the aforementioned data and figures.
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