There's a new report out in San Francisco saying police target minorities more often than whites.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers has the story:

The report comes from a panel of retired judges, and found San Francisco police officers stop and search blacks and Latinos, without consent, at a higher rate than whites and Asians.

The panel was put together by the district attorney after a series of racist and homophobic text messages exchanged by fourteen San Francisco police officers were made public in April last year.

The report also found complaints about the officers rarely ended in disciplinary consequences and when they did, it was mild.

The police officers association has criticized the judges' findings, saying the panel was biased.

Tonya J. Powers, FOX News

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