The department allows officers to use choke holds barred in other cities.
An analysis exposes another gap in the federal government’s oversight of fatal police shootings nationwide.
— Read on www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/for-55-officers-involved-in-fatal-shootings-this-year-it-wasnt-their-first-time/2015/12/22/435cb680-9d04-11e5-a3c5-c77f2cc5a43c_story.html
The U.S. high court’s continual refinement of an obscure legal doctrine has made it harder to hold police accountable when accused of using excessive force.
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Nice analysis. Check out more of his blog too.
Evidence-Based Policing and Fatal Police Shootings: Promise, Problems, and Prospects – Lawrence W. Sherman, 2020
— Read on journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0002716220902073
After Edward Garner, 15, was shot dead by police in Memphis, Tennessee, the Supreme Court established that police cannot shoot fleeing suspects unless they pose immediate danger.
— Read on www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/officer-killed-unarmed-teen-1974-it-changed-how-police-justify-n1120611
See also Graham HERE
Kelly Mcevers discusses police videos in her podcast series “Embedded”. Several other police videos are discussed throughout the series. All videos can be found in “Embedded”.
— Read on www.npr.org/2017/03/25/521102557/police-videos-arent-going-away-how-can-we-learn-from-them