A city policy kept police dog attack secret

A frame grab from a video Mountain View police released of a June 25, 2020, dog attack of an innocent man in his own backyard.

To view the dog attack, here’s the video Palo Alto police released. And here’s a link to the eight videos Mountain View police released.

Daily Post Staff Writer

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Palo Alto Vice Mayor Pat Burt wants City Council on Monday (April 5) to discuss the city’s threshold for publicly disclosing police investigations that leave people injured, such as the June 25 attack by a Palo Alto police dog on an innocent Mountain View man.

The attack didn’t come to light until January when the Post discovered a claim …

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