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Law Enforcement Involved Shootings - Research on Circumstances

New findings on how offenders train with, carry and deploy the weapons they use to attack police officers have emerged in a just-published, 5-year study by the FBI.

Among other things, the data reveal that most would-be cop killers:
  • Show signs of being armed that officers miss; have more experience using deadly force in "street combat" than their intended victims;
  • Practice with firearms more often and shoot more accurately;
  • have no hesitation whatsoever about pulling the trigger.
"If you hesitate," one told the study's researchers, "you're dead. You have the instinct or you don't. If you don't, you're in trouble on the street.."

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