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Is the FBI’s Ambitious New Database on Police Use of Force Destined to Fail?

On Thursday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that the FBI will soon start a new national database to track police use of force. If it works the way the feds hope it will, the new database will be more complete than the woefully inadequate—in the FBI director’s words, “ridiculous” and “embarrassing”—old one, and will include information not just on fatal encounters but other instances of police violence as well.
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