NYC Officer Death Sent ‘Chill Across the Policing World’

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Policing has become safer in recent decades, with about half as many officers killed in the line of duty last year than in the mid-1970s. Still, police officials and law enforcement experts remain acutely concerned about ambushes because they involve visible targets — officers who are uniformed and out in their communities — and are nearly impossible to anticipate . . .

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