2016letterStadler

…use of deadly physical force. Therefore, the question presented in most officer-involved shooting cases is whether, at the instant the officer fired the shot that wounded or killed the person,…

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2016-14th-&-Curtis

…use of deadly physical force. Therefore, the question presented in most officer-involved shooting cases is whether, at the instant the officer fired the shot that wounded or killed the person,…

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5559 Tucson Street

…Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant Officer Cowgill fired the shot that wounded DeShawn Hollis, he reasonably believed, and in fact believed, that he…

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2020 Annual Report

…an environment that supports and encourages diversity and inclusion was ongoing and always in the front of our minds. We also established a committee to review instances of questionable police…

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2020 ANNUAL REPORT

…supports and encourages diversity and inclusion was ongoing and always in the front of our minds. We also established a committee to review instances of questionable police conduct so that…

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PS-06-12-2-Sgt-Larry-Valencia

…Therefore, the question presented in most officer-involved shooting cases is whether, at the instant the officer fired the shot that wounded or killed the person, the officer reasonably believed, and…

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100 Block of Monroe Street

…is neither arbitrary, capricious, nor unreasonable.” Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant the officer fired the shot that caused the injury to Nunez, he…

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1500 Block of Broadway

…backward to create separation from Smith and his knife. At this same instant, Officer Markell fired five shots at Smith. Although unknown to the officers at the time, Smith was…

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3615 Garfield Street

…so and continued to move toward the officers. Both Silvas and Turney began firing at almost the same instant. Smith fell back down the stairs and came to rest at…

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PS-10-03-03-Randy-Yoder

…in the scope of his official duties is neither arbitrary, capricious, nor unreasonable.” Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant the officers fired the shots,…

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