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Two members of the LA Police Commission are calling on the LAPD to overhaul its use of force policy. Those changes include defining – clearly – when officers can use deadly force, and holding officers accountable when they do. The changes in policy – proposed by Commission President Matt Johnson and Commissioner Robert Saltzman – would reshape the way the Commission examines police shootings if they’re approved. And they come as the department – and law enforcement in general – are increasingly under the microscope. 38 people were shot by LAPD officers last year; 21 of them died.

Guests:
Kate Mather, Los Angeles Times, @katemather
Andrew Blankstein, NBC Investigations, @‏anblanx

CREDITS

Host:
Steve Chiotakis

Producers:
Benjamin Gottlieb

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