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Some are pushing a proposal to create an ombudsman that would investigate complaints about the department.
THE WAY PRISONERS FLAG GUARD ABUSE, INADEQUATE HEALTH CARE AND UNSANITARY CONDITIONS IS BROKENBY SHANNON HEFFERNAN, WBEZDECEMBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
Vollen-Katz said one step the state could take would be to create a corrections ombudsman who could investigate complaints and find solutions.
THE WAY PRISONERS FLAG GUARD ABUSE, INADEQUATE HEALTH CARE AND UNSANITARY CONDITIONS IS BROKENBY SHANNON HEFFERNAN, WBEZDECEMBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
He said he had already emailed the student ombudsman twice, and never received a reply.
COLLEGE STUDENTS ARE LEARNING HARD LESSONS ABOUT ANTI-CHEATING SOFTWAREKARA GRANTNOVEMBER 30, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
DHS this week announced the appointment of a new ombudsman for immigration detention, after House Democrats demanded increased oversight and accountability.
IMMIGRANTS HELD AT MD. JAIL WERE EXCESSIVELY STRIP-SEARCHED, ACCORDING TO DHS INSPECTOR GENERALNICK MIROFFOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Complaints also have declined because those who typically file complaints on behalf of nursing home residents — family members, other visitors and long-term care ombudsmen — were shut out of facilities.
CONFIRMED NURSING HOME COMPLAINTS PLUMMET DURING PANDEMICJARED WHITLOCKAUGUST 25, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO

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