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  • Chief Somers on release of officer footage

    Sacramento police chief Sam Somers says sharing of incomplete crime scene footage hurts police morale. Somers explains why the department won't give officer or in camera footage to media. Exert from July 8 press conference.

Sacramento police chief Sam Somers says sharing of incomplete crime scene footage hurts police morale. Somers explains why the department won't give officer or in camera footage to media. Exert from July 8 press conference. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
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Sacramento police Chief Sam Somers Jr. will leave in December

September 13, 2016 2:32 PM

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