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Old photo of a police officer leaning over a woman working on a primitive computer. The woman is taking a phone call.

Searching for hard numbers on police killings

Advocates have called for important reforms in how police departments manage and publish data concerning shootings of citizens, largely spurred by a string of high-profile shooting deaths. Will the initiative succeed if advocates and the public at large loses interest?

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