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L.A. police commissioners weighing reforms that would improve LAPD transparency and training on using deadly force

The Los Angeles Police Commission is considering significant changes in the way the LAPD handles shootings by officers, including releasing information to the public more quickly and expanding training designed to reduce the number of shootings. The proposals, which the civilian panel will weigh...
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