L.A. Panel Orders Police to Share Officer-Shooting Info

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The Los Angeles Police Commission told the police department yesterday to share more information with the public about shootings by officers, describing increased transparency as vital to building trust after fatal police shootings in the city and across the nation, reports the Los Angeles Times. The unanimous vote reflects a nationwide atmosphere of heightened scrutiny of police use of force and demands . . .

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