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"War on Cops" Myth Debunked Again: 2015 Is One of Law Enforcement's Safest Years Ever | Complex

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"War on Cops" Myth Debunked Again: 2015 Is One of Law Enforcement's Safest Years Ever | Complex: If we look at the rate of killings of cops, the trend is more pronounced. There are two ways examine the rate of police killings. The first is to look at the rate of killings of cops per 100K cops on the street. This figure is somewhat difficult to calculate because there are widely varying estimates of how many cops are on the street. It depends on how you define “police officer,” who is doing the estimating, and various other factors. But if you use consistent sources, the number of police has generally gone up, while the number of officers killed has generally gone down.


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