GA Officer In Shooting Lacked Crisis Intervention Training

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The Georgia Tech police officer who shot and killed a student was on duty for one year and had not received crisis intervention training, the New York Daily News reports. Tyler Beck, identified in a Georgia Bureau of Investigation statement as the officer who shot Scout Schultz, joined the Georgia Tech Police Department in May 2016 after serving on the . . .

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