States Emerge as ‘Critical’ Players in Police Reforms

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The week that Freddie Gray died in Baltimore in 2015, while the city burned and protesters demanded police reforms, legislators in Colorado met to deliver just that. They considered 10 bills, ranging from restrictions on the use of chokeholds to the collection of data on officer-involved shootings. Gov. John Hickenlooper signed five of those bills that year, followed by two more last year, the Christian Science Monitor Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!