Accurate Account Of Police Use Of Force Is Lacking

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Among all the statistics on law enforcement in the U.S., there is no accurate accounting of how often police officers use deadly force, reports the Orlando Sentinel and WESH-News Channel 2. Central Florida police agencies from 1999 through 2002 reported only one fourth of the actual fatal shootings by police. Critics said reliable figures on
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