White House Issues Policing Order : Politics Podcast : The NPR Politics Podcast President Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday encouraging police departments to improve training — a step critics say falls short of what is needed to curb police officers' use of force against people of color.

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What Trump's Policing Order Does (And Doesn't) Do

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What Trump's Policing Order Does (And Doesn't) Do

What Trump's Policing Order Does (And Doesn't) Do

What Trump's Policing Order Does (And Doesn't) Do

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President Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday encouraging police departments to improve training — a step critics say falls short of what is needed to curb police officers' use of force against people of color.

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