FBI Vows To Provide Reliable Police Shooting Data By 2017

The FBI's system for tracking fatal police shootings is a “travesty,” says a senior FBI official, and the agency will replace it by 2017, dramatically expanding the information it gathers on violent police encounters in the U.S., the Washington Post reports. The new effort will go beyond tracking fatal shootings and, for the first time,
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