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Overseers to probe alleged arrest quotas, ‘extra jobs’ at APD

Overseers to probe alleged arrest quotas, 'extra jobs' at APD
October 16, 2009 --

Atlanta’s police oversight board will study charges that officers implicated in the 2006 Kathryn Johnston shooting, and other officers, had arrest quotas and worked extra jobs while on duty. The Citizen Review Board, created two years ago in response to the Johnston case, will also dig deeper into FBI files that suggest other unindicted officers broke the law or departmental rules