Are Police ‘Warning Shots’ Advisable? Chiefs Disagree

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A new policy approved recently by a coalition of law enforcement groups endorses the use of warning shots by police to de-escalate potentially deadly confrontations. The controversial issue broke into the open this week during a national meeting of police executives in Philadelphia. "I think it's a stupid idea," said one attendee . . .

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