More Use-Of-Force Rules Could Keep Everyone Safer — Including Police
A report by Campaign Zero found departments with four or more of these policies had the lowest rates of police-involved killings in the U.S.By Jamal Andress | September 22, 2016
It's simple, really: Police departments with more use-of-force policies have fewer police killings and fewer police officers getting killed.
That's according to a Campaign Zero report. Campaign Zero is a police-reform plan created by Black Lives Matter activists and researchers. The campaign's report examines deadly force statistics and use-of-force policies of 91 of the 100 largest police departments in the U.S.