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Justice Dept. to track police use of force nationally

After numerous questionable shootings of black men and the ensuing protests across the country, the Justice Dept. announced on Thursday it will create a project to track use of force interactions online. “Accurate and comprehensive data on the use of force by law enforcement is essential to an informed and productive discussion about community-police relations,” said Attorney General Loretta E.
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