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In an unprecedented move, the FBI announces it will begin collecting data on deadly use of force by law enforcement. CBS News reported Thursday, the agency is set to collect comprehensive data on incidents involving police officers resulting in death or bodily injury. This also includes any situation where officers fire their guns at an individual.
The FBI said the effort will allow law enforcement to identify areas for improvement, but it will not determine whether officers acted lawfully or not. Data will be released twice a year, and will include the age, ethnicity, and sex of all parties involved. Departments can begin submitting reports starting January first 2019.
it will not determine whether officers acted lawfully or not
Data will be released twice a year, and will include the age, ethnicity, and sex of all parties involved.
originally posted by: Zanti Misfit
a reply to: CharlesT
That is Not the Only thing that begins on Jan. 1st , 2019 . The Emergency Alert System Now Linked to All Cell Phone Numbers in the U.S. will be used for the First Time in making an Important Announcement about Unsealed Served Indictments ....Stay Tuned.............Happy New Year !