Police Training May Focus On Ambushes After Dallas

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Changes in police training after the killing of Dallas police officers "will focus on responding to sudden ambushes rather than building the type of long-term positive community relationships that avoid violence against officers in the first place," says University of South Carolina law Prof. Seth Stoughton, a former officer himself. Stoughton notes that for most officers now, the single largest block of training relates to use of force, an average of just over 120 hours. There also are an . . .

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