Firing While On Duty: When Police Use Deadly Force

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Read Lawrence Mower's Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative series, "Always Justified."

When an officer kills someone with his or her firearm, an investigation almost always follows. Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Lawrence Mower explains how districts respond when incidents occur, and former police officer David Klinger explains how officers determine when to use deadly force.

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