Chicago Police Shootings, Complaints Drop In 2 Years

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Chicago police are shooting fewer residents and drawing fewer civilian complaints than they were before protests over the fatal 2014 shooting of a black teenager, Laquan McDonald, by a white police officer, reports The decline in shootings and complaints coincides with an apparent change in police behavior over the same period. Chicago police appear to have become less proactive . . .

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