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Forty-five percent of adults were taking drugs they hadn’t been prescribed.
But experts assembled by The Washington Post say a need for better training is apparent.
An examination of viral videos shows mistakes, misjudgments and danger from suspects
Police officers worry about their safety in the wake of 10 fatal shootings in the past 2 weeks.
More than a third killed in ambush attacks but overall death rate is flat over the last decade.
Nearly 500 died in the year’s first half, with national outrage mounting over recent killings.
As part of the out-of-court settlement with the family, the university has also agreed to provide a free undergraduate education to 12 of Sam DuBose’s children.
The Washington Post has investigated details surrounding those who died from police shootings, and here are six important takeaways.
Academy in Washington state focuses on de-escalation.
The new system, to take effect in 2017, will also track deaths by other means and incidents of serious injury.