When he was asked about building trust, the $5 million dollar overtime pay scandal and officer involved shootings, he’s all for the department investigating it’s own<br><br>”Hayden responded to questions about police accountability, ranging from abuse of overtime pay and treatment of protesters during demonstrations last fall to the handling of officer-involved shootings. In Hayden’s view, investigations of the latter are best done in-house despite the criticism of such policies.<br><br>“I’m very much in favor of putting it together within the agency,” he said, adding that the department has “a lot more technology to help investigate officer-involved shootings.”

When he was asked about building trust, the $5 million dollar overtime pay scandal and officer involved shootings, he's all for the department investigating it's own

"Hayden responded to questions about police accountability, ranging from abuse of overtime pay and treatment of protesters during demonstrations last fall to the handling of officer-involved shootings. In Hayden’s view, investigations of the latter are best done in-house despite the criticism of such policies.

“I’m very much in favor of putting it together within the agency,” he said, adding that the department has “a lot more technology to help investigate officer-involved shootings.”

Building trust, combating violent crime among top priorities for St. Louis police chief

St. Louis began 2018 with a brand-new police chief, John Hayden, in place – and with a double homicide occurring on New Year’s Day. Three months later, the
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