FOP Calls ‘De-Escalation’ Policy ‘Historic,’ Sheriffs Dissent

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The new model policy agreed to by 11 national police organizations on "de-escalation" when an officer faces the choice of using deadly force is "historic," Fraternal Order of Police director Jim Pasco tells the Washington Post, because of “the span of perspectives which have signed on, the unanimity of . . .

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