Police Oversight Committees for Every Police Department in California California deserves to have Police oversight committee's overseeing it's Police departments and making sure they are free of corruption, in order to best serve the people, and protect them and their civil rights. LaSalle County Illinois, specifically the Peru Illinois Police Department, has been notoriously corrupt and there have been a lot of complaints. Due to that, there is an oversight program for every Police department in United States in order to better make sure the Country is free of Corruption. Here you can file a complaint, share your story or review/ or share you evidence for your case against them to team with others and use each other's evidence to better your case against them, to win your case and make sure they stop being corrupt against you. Please show your support by donating to Corruption Watch USA.
Click on the County, then Police Department to go to that Police Department's oversight program page.
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How to better your case against the Police: California people against Police corruption if a platform where people in Illinois who have cases or evidence about police corruption can have a profile linked with all their evidence and help other people add evidence to their case, by sharing yours. This way there will be less police corruption, more accountability, and less abuse. 1. Get an online library for your case evidence. Suggestions for online libraries are: Archive.org, Scribd.com, 2. Upload for case files to the online library and label your case and documents. It should give you individual links to each document. Share the main people involved, such as which police department, county, officers, chief of police, investigators, and what it was about. 3. Share your online library or the documents you want shared with me at Corruptionwatchusa@protonmail.com, contact me if you have any questions alongside a picture if you can. So this way I can list you on the profiles of cases for this page. The profiles with brief case details will be listed below. This way if you need more evidence for your case, you will be able to help each other build a better case. Someone else may have the evidence you need for your case, such as corruption evidence, cirriculum vitaes, etc so that way they will not be able to get away with things that this website may otherwise allow them to get away with as you would not have access to evidence to make your case better.