Albuquerque wants its police chief to have certain qualitiesMayor-elect Tim Keller to announce his interim police chief next week. He'll launch a nationwide search for someone permanent after.
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Bernalillo County's sheriff says his deputies will not wear body cameras because he can't trust the media. He claims reporters would misconstrue the footage to unfairly criticize his officers. The American Civil Liberties Union was the first to sound off against the sheriff. On Tuesday, the New Mexico Foundation of Open Government chimed in, too. "I don't think anyone is trying to unfairly paint the police or to use this video against them," FOG President Greg Williams said.
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