In Focus: SoCal host Tanya McRae takes a closer look at recent calls for police reform and what that actually looks like in today's climate.
She sits down with Inglewood Mayor James Butts, a former police chief who spent over 30 years in law enforcement. He shares his insight on the issue that's been at the center of recent bills that Gov. Gavin Newsom signed to keep law enforcement accountable.
McRae visits the family of Ryan Twyman, who was fatally shot last June when two L.A. County Sheriff's deputies fired 34 shots at the vehicle he was in. The family is still fighting for justice and waiting for an investigation to be completed.
State Senator Steven Bradford also speaks to McRae about how SB 731 would decertify police officers who commit misconduct on the job.
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