TX, CA Police Fail to Report Shooting Deaths by Officers

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Hundreds of police departments in Texas and California failed to report officer-involved shooting deaths as required by law in the past decade, a study found, reports the Associated Press. Research by Texas State University in San Marcos found registries created by the two states to report all in-custody deaths did not list about 220 use-of-force fatalities in . . .

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