Police agencies confront perceptions of rogue officers




GREENFIELD — Seeing police officers in courtrooms is not unusual. They are called upon to keep the peace, maintain the security of the court and testify in cases they helped investigate.

But in recent years, an increasing number of Hancock County officers have found themselves seated at the defendant’s table, a trend that has frustrated supervisors and left some members of the public with doubts about the integrity of those entrusted with upholding the law.

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