FBI director: Database coming on police use of deadly force
from The Associated Press via NBC News
The FBI will have up and running within two years a database that tracks instances of police use of deadly force, FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Sept. 28 at a Congressional hearing. The database is intended to capture how often police officers kill citizens in the line of duty and to correct a record-keeping gap that Comey said has resulted in uninformed conversations, based on anecdotes and not facts, about use of force.
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