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Police embrace 'de-escalation' to reduce shootings, but some officers remain skeptical

Slow it down. Police haven’t always been trained to think that way. They’re supposed to take immediate control of a situation, resolve the problem and move on to the next call. There are always more calls. But the recent spate of fatal police shootings of unarmed black men — including Tuesday’s...
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