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Department of Justice to Begin Collecting Data on Use of Force by Police 

The Department of Justice announced Thursday that it will begin collecting data on deadly police encounters nationwide, starting early next year, the New York Times reports. As the report notes, it marks the beginning of the most ambitious effort the federal government has ever made to track police use of force, coming after the nation […]
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