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To Shoot, Or Not To Shoot: A Simulation Experience05:49
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Washington State Patrol Corporal Brandon Dumont, an instructor at the Patrol's academy in Shelton, demonstrates de-escalation tactics while using a video simulator.
(Austin Jenkins/Northwest News Network)
Washington State Patrol Corporal Brandon Dumont, an instructor at the Patrol's academy in Shelton, demonstrates de-escalation tactics while using a video simulator. (Austin Jenkins/Northwest News Network)
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The recent police shootings of African-American men in Louisiana and Minnesota have re-ignited the debate over the use of deadly force. Karen Johnson, a black community leader in Washington State, took part in a state-of-the-art training simulator for police. Austin Jenkins from the Northwest News Network reports.

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Austin Jenkins, Olympia correspondent, Northwest News Network. He tweets @AustinJenkinsN3.

This segment aired on July 12, 2016.

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