Year After Wa. Chief Murder-Suicide: Changes, Suit

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One year ago, Tacoma, Wa., police chief David Brame shot himself and his wife to death. The aftermath has resulted in legislative and policy changes aimed at holding abusive officers accountable for their violence, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Washington is the first state to require every police agency to adopt a domestic-violence policy. The policy
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