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VPD HIDES KNOWN BRADY POLICY ISSUES

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UPDATED: July 27, 2018

The files pictured below contain full file contents obtained through public records disclosure of VPD Internal Affairs investigations of complaints against Detective Aldridge dating back to April 2014.

Lime colored files represent complaints filed in 2014...
Black files = 2015
Purple files = 2016
Red files = 2017
Blue files = 2018



November 2017 updated list of known IA complaints against VPD Aldridge:

15 KNOWN Complaints filed against VPD Detective Sandra Aldridge in 3 years...
According to an article published in the Columbian Newspaper regarding the 2016 overturned conviction of Clark County's Lester Juan Griffin, Jr.:
Policies in Doubt over Overturned Conviction September 14, 2016

Prosecutors statewide are scratching their heads after the Washington Court of Appeals overturned a local criminal case, muddying the waters for what type of police misconduct can be brought up during a defendant's trial.

The court found last week that the Clark County Prosecuting…

DEMAND ACCOUNTABILITY TO REDUCE LIABILITY

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When police officers are allowed to fabricate evidence to ensure a conviction, their Chain of Command MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE for its lack of ensuring that its subordinates lawfully satisfy their responsibilities to the citizens of the community.   Bad police behavior occurs when there is no oversight by the following:           1. Citizens; 2. Police Department’s Chain of Command; 3. Judiciary (Court); 4. Legislature; 5.  News Outlets: TV, Radio, Newspapers.  ~JML