Training in recognizing bias proposed for Mo. officers

By Summer Ballentine Associated Press JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri police officers would need to complete annual training in recognizing bias, de-escalating situations and dealing with people with mental illness under rules proposed in response to calls for change after a fatal Ferguson shooting last year. The state Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission on Tuesday endorsed the revamped …
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Probe near end in 'suicide by cop' case that killed Ohio officer

By Dan Sewell Associated Press CINCINNATI — The investigation into whether there should be in any charges in the June fatal shootings of a Cincinnati police officer and an armed suspect police say was staging a "suicide by cop" is nearly complete, a southwest Ohio prosecutor said Tuesday. Hamilton County prosecutor Joe Deters said he expects to announce the conclusion Wednesday. No charges …
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IRS: Won't use phone-tracking technology without warrant

By Tami Abdollah Associated Press WASHINGTON — The head of the Internal Revenue Service says agents investigating crimes won't continue using cellphone-tracking technology without seeking a warrant. Commissioner John Koskinen wrote about the new policy in a letter sent Nov. 25 to Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon. Koskinen said his agency was drafting a policy to follow the Justice Department's …
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