Foot Chases A Key Factor in Chicago Police Killings

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An analysis by the Chicago Tribune of every police shooting from 2010 through 2015 found that foot chases played a role in more than a third of the 235 cases that ended with someone wounded or killed. About half of the pursuits began routinely, as police attempted to stop or question people for curfew violations, public drinking, thefts, disturbance calls, or . . .

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