Chicago Police Shootings, Complaints Drop In 2 Years

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Citing data from the Invisible Institute, FiveThirtyEight.com says that Chicago police "appear to have become less proactive and aggressive" after protests that followed the 2014 police killing of Laquan McDonald. The police department offers another theory: better training of officers.
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