Questions over UPD's New Distinction
The University of Florida police department is now one of the go to experts in the nation on dealing with mentally ill individuals. The distinction came less than a year. However, almost one year after a student with apparent mental issues was shot by campus officers. Officers shot graduate student Kofi Adu-brempong on March 2nd, 2010. There was strong reaction from those most critical but officers hoped they will be judged based on their entire record.
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