Karen Johnson of the Black Alliance of Thurston County addresses the legislative task force on Use of Deadly Force in Community Policing during a meeting at the state Criminal Justice Training Center in Burien, on July 26. Johnson is backing a proposal that would go beyond the task force’s recommendations in altering state law on the use of deadly force by police.
Karen Johnson of the Black Alliance of Thurston County addresses the legislative task force on Use of Deadly Force in Community Policing during a meeting at the state Criminal Justice Training Center in Burien, on July 26. Johnson is backing a proposal that would go beyond the task force’s recommendations in altering state law on the use of deadly force by police. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Karen Johnson of the Black Alliance of Thurston County addresses the legislative task force on Use of Deadly Force in Community Policing during a meeting at the state Criminal Justice Training Center in Burien, on July 26. Johnson is backing a proposal that would go beyond the task force’s recommendations in altering state law on the use of deadly force by police. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

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