Did Seattle Police Training Fail in Killing of Mother?

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Seattle has won praise for its training of police officers to deal with people in mental-health crises. Officers averaged 27 encounters a day with people in crisis over a three-month period. They used force in 2 percent of those cases, the Seattle Times reports. That’s “tremendous” work, said a report by the federal monitor . . .

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