Justice Dept to Release Findings on Las Vegas Police Practices Today

The ACLU's tallied 142 people dead at the hands of LVPD since 1990


Nearly a year after civil rights groups called for federal intervention, U.S. Justice Department officials plan to make public the findings and recommendations of a review of Las Vegas police use-of-force policies and practices.

Nevada U.S. Attorney Daniel Bogden and Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie plan to outline the report on Thursday, along with federal Community Oriented Policing Services chief Bernard Melekian.