Federal Police Reform Results Mixed; Use Of Force Up In Some Cities

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Over the past two decades, the U.S. Department of Justice has intervened in 16 U.S. police departments that had patterns of excessive or deadly force, implementing reforms under the watch of independent monitors, reports the Washington Post and Frontline. More than its predecessors, the Obama administration has aggressively pursued police departments over abuses, recently launching
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