Could Decade’s Analysis Of St. Louis Police Shootings Be A National Model?

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A new analysis of a decade of shootings by St. Louis police could become the template for a national reporting model widely sought in the wake of controversies in Ferguson, Cleveland and elsewhere, its researchers tell the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. What it tells the public can help frame the debate on police use of force,
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