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INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) _ City officials are demanding the police department clear a backlog of more than 100 citizen complaints against officers, two of whom were involved in the videotaped beating of a handcuffed teenager.

City Administrator Joseph Rouzan Jr. said Thursday he had ordered Police Chief Ronald Banks to begin investigating the cases immediately and to file a report on his plans to close them.

Meanwhile, council members voted this week to install video cameras and recording devices in all police cars. Officers also must undergo cultural sensitivity training and regular psychological examinations under the resolution.

The 190-member department has been under fire since the July 6 arrest of 16-year-old Donovan Jackson. A videotape captures Officer Jeremy Morse lifting the teen to his feet and slamming him onto a squad car, then punching the youth in the head.

Morse and fellow Officer Bijan Darvish have been indicted, and face up to three years in prison each if convicted.

The Police Department said it received 46 complaints in 2000, 78 last year and 58 through mid-July of this year, and has completed many of those investigations.

Police spokeswoman Lt. Eve Irvine would not comment on how many officers have been disciplined, or how many investigations remain open.