FBI Abuse of Force Database is at risk of being terminated

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The FBI created a National Use of Force Database. Unfortunately, the database risks being discontinued. Policing Program Manager at The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, Bree Spencer, joins Team MVP correspondent Brian Althimer to explain why. For information about The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights visit: CivilRights.org To review some of the abuse of force data available to the public visit: Accountablenow.comFollow The Leadership Conference on Twitter at: Twitter.com/CivilRightsorgLike The Leadership Conference on Facebook at: Facebook.com/Civilandhumanrights https://masonverapaine.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/10.-Bree-Spencer-FBI-Abuse-of-Force-Database.mp3 Like Mason on Facebook at: Facebook.com/MasonVeraPaine and follow on Twitter at: Twitter.com/MasonVeraPaine. Interested in being a guest on the show or wish to send pitches contact us at: Contact@Masonverapaine.com

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