Profiling questions lead to troubling...

Profiling questions lead to troubling complaints, liaison's dismissal

It was just part of the job, guiding students through the Springfield Police Department facilities, a way to familiarize local youth with law enforcement in the growing and traditionally blue-collar town neighboring Eugene. But for Thelma Barone, the department's community liaison, this July 2014 tour was her first chance to extend the opportunity to a group of Latino high schoolers.

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