Survey: Majority of Utahns support police reform efforts

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A significant majority of Utahns support a wide array of police reforms ranging from prohibiting no-knock warrants to utilizing independent civilian review boards to investigate complaints against officers, according to a recent survey.

In the survey, which was commissioned by the Libertas Institute, a Lehi-based Libertarian think tank, and conducted by Public Policy Polling on July 1 and July 2, 1,140 Utah voters were asked a series of questions about law enforcement and criminal justice.

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