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Lawyer of Milford man killed by officers say police need more training to deal with the disabled

Delawareonline Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Attorney representing the family of a man shot dead by Milford Police wants an investigating into how Delaware police are trained to deal with disabled people.
 
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