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Police Commission Weighs Clarity of Force Regulations

A statewide police oversight panel took steps Thursday toward clarifying that Massachusetts law does not ban officers from using "proportionate" force when moving to hospitalize someone in a potentially dangerous mental health crisis, and members made clear they believe that potentially deadly options should not be off the table.

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