The Harrisburg, Penn., Police Department's use of force policy bans several controversial practices, such as neck restraints or hog-tying suspects, and it restricts officers from firing at moving vehicles except under very limited circumstances. The city provided the policy to PennLive this week. The newspaper submitted a request to view the policy under the state's Right to Know Law after a Harrisburg police officer used . . .
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