Toney Chaplin

San Francisco Police Department

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Deputy Chief of San Francisco Police Department's newly created bureau of professional standards

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Continual shootings of unarmed suspects have America's 18,000 police departments re-thinking policies on the use of deadly force.

Do Cops Need Guidance on When They Can Shoot to Kill?

Continual shootings of unarmed suspects have America's 18,000 police departments re-thinking policies on the use of deadly force.

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