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In recent weeks the inquest process for officer-involved shootings has been criticized as one-sided and designed to exonerate police. The Clark County Commission will soon be considering changes to the process to make it more effective. We talk with one of the reformers, Commissioner Steve Sisolak and Police Protective Association Executive Director Chris Collins about possible changes. Some participants in the Erik Scott inquest will give us their impressions of the process.

Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commissioner
Chris Collins, Exec Dir, LV Police Protective Assoc
Bill Scott, Erik Scott's father
Ross Goodman, Scott family lawyer

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