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Justice Department to Study How Often Police Use Force

The federal government plans to launch a national online database to begin tracking how and when law enforcement officials use force in their interactions with civilians, even when those interactions do not lead to death. U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch will discuss the announcement at an event at Georgetown University on Thursday evening. Senior justice…
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