Is transparency a remedy for US police violence?

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In the United States, around 1,000 civilians are killed by police each year. To tackle the issue of police violence, one state has opted for more transparency on misconduct. The 1421 law, passed in California at the start of the year, allows citizens to consult the files of police officers in certain cases. Our colleagues from France 2 report, with FRANCE 24's Nick Rushworth.