Baltimore Police Cut Use of Tasers Nearly in Half

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Police Commissioner Kevin Davis issued a new a policy in July that required officers to use Tasers only when suspects display "active aggression," a standard that conforms to a recent federal court ruling and widely accepted best practices. The previous standard allowed police to shock individuals simply for failing to follow an officer's orders.
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  1. For me this is extremely disturbing. Officers ought not lie particularly with the certainties which is slanted with their employments. They have guaranteed and I’m certain one of that is to dependably come clean and only reality.

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