New Chicago Use-of-Force Policy Stresses Life Sanctity

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Moving to get past a scandal over black teenager Laquan McDonald, who was shot 16 times by a police officer, the Chicago police department is preparing a new policy on use of force that prioritizes the sanctity of life, the Wall Street Journal reports. A draft of the new guidelines, first published in October, has been made available to the public for . . .

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