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New State Report Calls For Further Sacramento Police Reforms After Stephon Clark Killing

Family of Teen Punched by Sacramento Deputy Calls for Officer to Be Fired, Charged With Child Abuse

Sacramento County Investigating Deputy's Use of Force Against 14-Year-Old Boy

Feds Won't Pursue Charges in Fatal Police Shooting of Stephon Clark

California State Assemblymember Shirley Weber (D-San Diego) speaks during a news conference to announce new legislation to address recent deadly police shootings on April 3, 2018 in Sacramento, California.

New California Law Tightens Rules for When Police Can Use Deadly Force

California Assembly OKs New Rules for Police Deadly Force Triggered by Fatal Shootings

Law Enforcement, Advocates Agree on New Rules for Police Deadly Force in California

Bill to Limit Police Use of Force Advances in State Legislature

Stephon Clark's Family Pushes for Change One Year After His Death