High-profile police shootings put focus on use-of-force training
Whether it's on a streetcar in downtown Toronto or outside the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., confrontations involving police are often high-profile, and can have deadly consequences.
CBC's Nick Purdon takes a closer look at how officers are trained to handle use of force and what happens in those critical moments before shots are fired.
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