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State group on reducing police-involved deadly encounters adds members representing autism community

State group on reducing police-involved deadly encounters adds members representing autism community Photo: KSTP-TV

Updated: February 25, 2020 05:10 PM

The state group that is working on reducing police-involved deadly force encounters added two members who represent the autistic community.

Task force provides recommendations to reduce deadly police encounters

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The members were added as a direct response over concerns from members of the disability and autism community that they were not represented.

The group released its findings yesterday.

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