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The Department of Justice will finally start collecting data on police killings

The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it will begin tracking instances of police killings and use of force in early 2017, using data from law enforcement agencies across the country. "Accurate and comprehensive data on the use of force by law enforcement is essential to an informed and productive discussion about community-police relations," Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Thursday.
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