No, the vast majority are not for police brutality. But there is no one definition of police brutality. Qualified immunity allows police to do as they please. When no one ever sees consequences for actions taken by police, there is no baseline of where that police brutality line is. So it allows people to be able to justify violence as they see fit in order to stay consistent with their personal views.
They also had one on the contracts given. Nothing like a powerful union. How do you balance employment privacy like what the average joe has in regards to who can see what is in your personal file and issues that should be available to any future law enforcement employers that the individual may apply at? Subordination, probably not because some bosses are simply incompetent or plum ass wipes. Excessive force? Should be but isn't. I don't know how to balance those.