Police Use Of Deadly Force Is Largely Untracked Nationwide
The FBI does monitor the number of police officers killed in the line of duty, but it lacks a complete database tracking police use of deadly force.By Jamal Andress | August 11, 2014
For many, the killing of unarmed Missouri teen Michael Brown brings to mind other instances where officers used deadly force.
“I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe”
Law enforcement is the only non-military career in the country that offers that power, the use of deadly force, yet its practice remains un-monitored on a national scale and in most states around the country.