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Reports about police actions in U.S. mass shootings lack standardization and often leave unanswered questions

A lack of national standards leads to wide variability in after-action examinations of law enforcement’s response, ProPublica, The Texas Tribune and FRONTLINE found.

By Lexi Churchill and Lomi Kriel, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica
After-action reports can vary widely in what they examine and what information they release because there is no national standard for how they should be conducted.

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