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L.A. Police Commission approves proposals to increase transparency, training for how LAPD officers use force

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The Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved significant changes in the way the LAPD handles shootings by officers, directing the department to release information to the public more quickly and expand training designed to reduce the number of shootings.

The proposals came from...


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