Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer introduces Shotspotter gunshot-tracking technology at a news conference in 2015. Among the American Civil Liberties Union’s concerns about Fresno Unified’s spending of state funds is about $500,000 to help police pay for the technology. The ACLU alleges that money intended for high-need students was misused by the district.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer introduces Shotspotter gunshot-tracking technology at a news conference in 2015. Among the American Civil Liberties Union’s concerns about Fresno Unified’s spending of state funds is about $500,000 to help police pay for the technology. The ACLU alleges that money intended for high-need students was misused by the district. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer introduces Shotspotter gunshot-tracking technology at a news conference in 2015. Among the American Civil Liberties Union’s concerns about Fresno Unified’s spending of state funds is about $500,000 to help police pay for the technology. The ACLU alleges that money intended for high-need students was misused by the district. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

ACLU: Fresno Unified is misusing funds meant for high-need students

September 23, 2016 04:45 PM

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