(Louisville, KY) - The Louisville Metro Police Department is updating Metro Council on the Department of Justice investigation of its policing practices.
During Monday night's meeting Matt Golden, the chief of Metro Public Services, said the recommended changes that are expected to come out of the investigation could cost the city $10 million annually.
Assistant Police Chief Paul Humphrey said the department expects to make several changes, including in management structure, policy development, staffing recruitment and promotions, training and data collection analysis and auditing.
The DOJ's investigation of potentially discriminatory or unconstitutional policing started in April.
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