Miami – July 19, 2018 – My office and its leadership have always strived for fairness and justice as a priority. We do so through structured supervision, enhanced training on implicit bias and the ethical obligations of prosecutors, as well as engendering a culture of diversity in ensuring fairness.
We have not yet had a full opportunity to examine the findings released by the ACLU today. However, I take my responsibility as your State Attorney to pursue unbiased justice for all in our community very seriously.
Once we study the results, we will work with our partners at the ACLU and other stakeholders such as our judiciary to ensure that we continue to engender the appropriate culture and take the appropriate steps to correct any implicit bias that may be affecting our practice.
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