Groups Want Unabridged Data on Deaths in Police Custody

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More than 60 groups are calling on the Obama administration to sharpen its plan for collecting data on deaths in police custody, reports The Hill. In a letter to Department of Justice officials this week, 67 national and local criminal justice, civil rights, human rights, faith-based, immigrants’ rights, LGBTQ and open-government organizations said the agency needs to strengthen . . .

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