Police Deaths By Gunfire Down 14% This Year, Lower Than Average Since 2000

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Four percent more law enforcement officers died in the line of duty this year than last, says a preliminary report from the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. Despite high-profile shootings of police in 2015, the group says more officers died in traffic-related events (52) than from gunfire (42), NPR reports. The number of police
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