> ".... the language was very formal and "clinical," and the narrative is not a human-centric approach." <
That's because if the document was to ever be used against the involved officer(s) the language used in court would be very "formal" and clinically spelled out in "legalese." Official reports written for review and/or possible use by the courts, are never composed in "street lingo." If the commissioners need the reports interepreted or spelled out for them, perhaps they should either hire, or be supplied with, someone who can perform this task for them.
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