Should Law Enforcement-Related Death Data Be A Public Health Issue?

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A new proposal from the Harvard School of Public Health makes a strong case for collecting data on law enforcement-related deaths a matter of public health, reports WBUR in Boston. The authors assert that killings both by and of police should be “notifiable” to public health agencies, just like homicides, suicides, many infectious disease deaths,
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