Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer, left, listens as Rick Rasmussen, director of the city’s Office of Independent Review, announces the release of his first quarterly report on the Fresno Police Department in early 2013. On Monday, Rasmussen said the department needed to complete officer-involved shooting investigations quicker.
Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer, left, listens as Rick Rasmussen, director of the city’s Office of Independent Review, announces the release of his first quarterly report on the Fresno Police Department in early 2013. On Monday, Rasmussen said the department needed to complete officer-involved shooting investigations quicker. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer, left, listens as Rick Rasmussen, director of the city’s Office of Independent Review, announces the release of his first quarterly report on the Fresno Police Department in early 2013. On Monday, Rasmussen said the department needed to complete officer-involved shooting investigations quicker. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee Staff Photo

Fresno auditor: Police shooting investigations take too long

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