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Spotlight on police violence doesn’t include armed security guards

beta.cironline.org — Recent protests have ignited a national debate about police violence, renewing concerns about the lack of national data on officer-involved shootings. But another group of law enforcers operates under even more secrecy: armed security guards.
Dec 19, 2014

RT @shoeshine: There's bad data on police shootings, but even less on armed guards. Only 12 states required to track guard shootings bit.ly/1wUAHQ6

Dec 19, 2014

RT @CIRonline: While police violence gets more scrutiny, shootings by armed security guards go largely untracked: ow.ly/GaOvS

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Dec 19, 2014

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Dec 17, 2014

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America's gun-toting guards armed with poor training, little oversight

beta.cironline.org — Armed security guards have become a ubiquitous presence in modern life, projecting an image of safety amid public fears of mass shootings and terrorism. But often, it's the guards themselves who pose the threat.
Dec 20, 2014

RT @ProPublica: In 15 states, a person can become an armed guard, no firearms training required. beta.cironline.org/reports/americ… pic.twitter.com/sJ4CSjEK72

Dec 16, 2014

RT @CIRonline: Armed guards can work in some states even with restraining orders and domestic violence convictions: ow.ly/G17QK

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