States Emerge as ‘Critical’ Players in Police Reforms

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Reforms passed by state legislators include banning the use of chokeholds, mandating data collection on traffic stops and officer-involved shootings, and developing guidelines for body cams. The Police Foundation's Jim Bueermann calls states "the sweet spot" between federal consent decrees and local ordinances.
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