Police More Reluctant to Use Force After High-Profile Deaths

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More than seven in 10 officers say in Pew Research Center survey that police have become more timid about stopping to question suspicious people, three-quarters say fellow officers report they are more reluctant to use force when necessary, and more than 9 in 10 say fellow officers have grown more worried about their safety . . .

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