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Finally..... At long last, without further ado: Feds will track police shootings.


Finally..... At long last, without further ado: Feds will track police shootings.: [] On Monday, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch made a similar declaration, saying the Department of Justice will create an open-source system that will track the number of people killed by police and incorporate data on nonfatal shootings, civilian deaths while in police custody, and use of force by law enforcement. Calling the data “vital,” she said the absence of a consistent set of standards “makes it hard to see these trends, and that’s why it is so important to focus on these [numbers].”

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