A Cop's Perspective on Deadly Force

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Police in Cleveland and other American cities have been under relentless criticism in the wake of incidents where police gunfire took the lives of unarmed civilians. In Cleveland an incident led to a sweeping agreement with the Justice Department calling for changes in accountability and public oversight. We've heard little, though, about what goes through a police officer's mind when a stressful situation turns violent. Join Mike McIntyre Monday for a cop's perspective.

What I Learned After I Killed a Criminal by David A. Klinger

 

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David A. Klinger, associate professor of criminology, University of Missouri-St Louis

Edward Brown, lead instructor, Core Edge Police Professional Development

Steve Loomis, president, Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association

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