The U.S. Department of Justice announced on Tuesday that the U.S. Department of Justice has imposed new restrictions on the use of locks and door knock orders by federal law enforcement agencies.
The agency said in a statement that it has issued a “clearly prohibiting the use of’larynx’ and’carotid artery restraint’ policies unless the use of lethal force is authorized.”
Circumstances in which federal law enforcement officers can “rush into” the people have also been restricted.
The actions of the Department of Justice do not affect local or state law enforcement agencies.
The announcement was made after a review of departmental law enforcement agencies, including the FBI.
“Building trust and confidence between law enforcement agencies and the public we serve is at the core of our Justice Department’s mission,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a statement. “Today’s restrictions on the use of’larynx’,’carotid artery restraint’ and’no knock’ orders, coupled with our recent expansion of our carry-on camera to federal agents of the Department of Justice, are One of the important steps taken is to improve law enforcement security and accountability.”
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Two months ago, a white plainclothes police officer in Louisville, Kentucky shot and killed an African-American woman Brenna Taylor in a catastrophic raid on her apartment.
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