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Following the [[Killing of George Floyd]] police agencies across the [[United States]] are considering prohibiting all use of '''facedown compression holds''' as restraints, while securing suspects.<ref name=nytimes2020-06-28/>
 
Following the [[Killing of George Floyd]] police agencies across the [[United States]] are considering prohibiting all use of '''facedown compression holds''' as restraints, while securing suspects.<ref name=nytimes2020-06-28/>
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| url = https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/06/28/us/i-cant-breathe-police-arrest.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage
 
| url = https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/06/28/us/i-cant-breathe-police-arrest.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage
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| title = Three Words. 70 Cases. The Tragic History of 'I Can't Breathe'.
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| author1 = Mike Baker
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| author4 = Michael LaForgia
 
| work = [[The New York Times]]
 
| work = [[The New York Times]]
| date = 2020-06-28
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| quote = They have for years warned officers about the risks of moves such as facedown compression holds. But the restraints continue to be used as a result of poor training, gaps in policies or the reality that officers sometimes struggle with people who fight hard and threaten to overpower them.
 
| quote = They have for years warned officers about the risks of moves such as facedown compression holds. But the restraints continue to be used as a result of poor training, gaps in policies or the reality that officers sometimes struggle with people who fight hard and threaten to overpower them.
 
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Latest revision as of 18:47, 29 June 2020

Following the Killing of George Floyd police agencies across the United States are considering prohibiting all use of facedown compression holds as restraints, while securing suspects.[1]

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  1. Mike Baker; Jennifer Valentino-DeVries; Manny Fernandez; Michael LaForgia (2020-06-29). "Three Words. 70 Cases. The Tragic History of 'I Can't Breathe'.". The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/06/28/us/i-cant-breathe-police-arrest.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage. "They have for years warned officers about the risks of moves such as facedown compression holds. But the restraints continue to be used as a result of poor training, gaps in policies or the reality that officers sometimes struggle with people who fight hard and threaten to overpower them." 
  2. https://thecrimereport.org/2020/06/29/70-i-cant-breathe-deaths-over-past-decade/