Justice Department to Review Police Response to Orlando Massacre
The Washington Post
July 15, 2016

“The Justice Department will review the Orlando Police Department’s response to the massacre at the city’s Pulse night club, federal officials announced Friday.

“The Justice Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) — which provides grant funding and technical assistance to help advance community policing initiatives across the country — will conduct what it called a “comprehensive after-action assessment” of the police department’s actions after Omar Mateen opened fire in the popular gay social spot, killing 49 before he was ultimately slain by law enforcement. In a statement, COPS director Ronald Davis said Orlando Police Chief John Mina had asked for the assessment, which might help other agencies.”

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