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  • Chief Kerr Putney responds to officer-involved shootings in wake of Scott shooting

    Charlotte-Mecklenburg police chief Kerr Putney talks about officer-involved shootings in the wake of the Scott shooting. He discusses changes made, including new Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department training for de-escalation of crowds, dealing with cases of mental stress and mental illness, and delivering more open, rapid and complete updates on officer-involved incidents.

Chief Kerr Putney responds to officer-involved shootings in wake of Scott shooting

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police chief Kerr Putney talks about officer-involved shootings in the wake of the Scott shooting. He discusses changes made, including new Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department training for de-escalation of crowds, dealing with cases of mental stress and mental illness, and delivering more open, rapid and complete updates on officer-involved incidents.
Diedra Laird The Charlotte Observer