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Testing new police reforms


Last updated 8/5/2021 at 2:17pm

CHENEY — As students return to campus this fall, new policing guidelines will be put to the test, City Administrator Mark Schuller said at the July 27 City Council Meeting. New police reform enacted in the wake of the George Floyd killings have altered how first responders interact with the populace and how they are able to respond to incident calls.

“There’s a new standard for use of force measure in particular and how they pursue suspects,” said Schuller. “This new standard’s going to make it a little more reactive for our police instead of proactive like we’ve had the luxur...

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