How Police Use-of-Force Standards Are Changing

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The United States has 18,000 police departments, all entitled to use deadly force — but without any national standard on when to use it — or why. Recent shootings of unarmed suspects have police chiefs making policy changes that aren't going down well with the rank and file. We hear more about a debate that's raging from Baltimore to San Francisco.

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Photo: Tony Webster