Police Complaint procedures can seem often explicitly designed to protect cops rather than fairly adjudicate citizen complaints,so shouldnt?

national and/or state standards AND LAWS governing the internal affairs process?
Update: laughter_every_day- "The IA division of a police force exists for the benefit of the police force, not for the benefit of individual complainants."
--No,.. REALLY?? DUH. Didn't I just SAY that? How does your response qualify as an actual answer?
Update 2: laughter_every_day- "Poor assumption. If you want a private remedy, pursue a lawsuit." --There was no "assumption" as you put it. Pursuing a lawsuit is financing punitive and results in the same problem that we have now and THAT is frigid effects on VALID complaints.We need ALL complainants to... show more laughter_every_day- "Poor assumption. If you want a private remedy, pursue a lawsuit."
--There was no "assumption" as you put it. Pursuing a lawsuit is financing punitive and results in the same problem that we have now and THAT is frigid effects on VALID complaints.We need ALL complainants to feel free (without fear of retaliation from police) in order to
bring to light improvements that are needed in Law Enforcement.Cameras are showing up MORE AND MORE crooked cops, lying cops
& conspirators
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