2015letterFulton

…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 in fact…

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Decision-Letter-2015—3755-N-Federal

…all officers on the force, or only for the involved officer(s). The review may reveal the need for changes in departmental policies, procedures or rules. In some instances, the review…

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PS-2003-OfficerScherck-WestminsterOfficer

…(III) A bludgeon; or (IV) Any other weapon, device, instrument, material, or substance, whether animate or inanimate. Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant Officer…

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PS-06-05-06-S-R-M

…4 instant the officer fired the shot that wounded or killed the person, the officer reasonably believed, and in fact believed, that he or another person, was in imminent danger…

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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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3600 Block of Wynkoop Street

…familiar with Grodney from “previous instances where he refunded Nordstrom’s merchandise with no proof of purchase.” On this occasion, loss prevention officers watched as Grodney tried on some items of…

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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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