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Suffolk County Chief James Burke speaks at a press conference held to announce the details of a officer-involved shooting in Bay Shore, Long Island on March 23, 2015. Christie. M Farriella via New York Daily News hide caption

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In N.Y., A Fight To Reform Police Force Accused Of Being 'Rotten'

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Daniel Holtzclaw (center) listens as Oklahoma County assistant district attorney Gayland Gieger (right) speaks during Holtzclaw's sentencing hearing in Oklahoma City, Thursday. Holtzclaw, a former Oklahoma City police officer, was convicted of raping and sexually victimizing several women on his beat. At left is defense attorney Scott Adams. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Men identified as victims of police torture under the command of retired Chicago Police Commander Jon Burge stand to be recognized by the Chicago City Council in May. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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An LAPD officer trains inside a force option simulator at the police department's headquarters in March. Frank Stoltze/KPCC hide caption

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In LA, Renewed Focus On Training Police On When To Shoot, And When Not To

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Mourners gather for the funeral of Harris County Deputy Darren Goforth, killed as he pumped gas in a surprise attack in August. According to new national statistics, 42 police officers were shot and killed in 2015. Aaron M. Sprecher/Getty Images hide caption

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Number Of Police Officers Killed By Gunfire Fell 14 Percent In 2015, Study Says

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Protesters and members of the group Puncture The Silence rally against the shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice at Public Square on Nov. 24, 2014 Lisa DeJong/The Plain Dealer via Landov hide caption

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Members of the Los Angeles Police Department's elite Metropolitan Division participate in a simulation of a Paris-style coordinated attack. The team was tested on response time to converge on this site. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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In Wake Of Attacks, U.S. Cities Step Up Terrorism Simulations

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