The Civilian Office of Police Accountability, including Chief Administrator Sydney Roberts answered budget questions on Tuesday.

Despite a drop early in the pandemic, the office that investigates police misconduct complaints is on track to receive about 5,500 complaints this year, in line what it saw in 2019, due to a “spike in complaints” over the summer “as a result of civil unrest,” the office’s Chief Administrator Sydney Roberts told aldermen on Tuesday.

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