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Tiffany Crutcher, who remains active locally on police reform issues, takes her policing reform campaign to the nation’s capital to push for legislation to end the kind of shootings that she blames for her twin brother’s death.
Photo by MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World file September 2019: Tulsa Police improve aspect of its use-of-force policy since Terence Crutcher’s death
In the three years since a Tulsa police officer killed Terence Crutcher, a policing reform researcher says the department has improved an aspect of its use-of-force policy, but it still needs more work.
The Tulsa Police Department inserted language into its policy nine months ago to require that officers use de-escalation tactics or alternatives to higher levels of force whenever possible and appropriate.
A researcher with Campaign ZERO, a national police reform advocacy group, says that language improved TPD’s policy, but overall it remains vague in specifying when deadly force is OK.
Photo by IAN MAULE/Tulsa World File April 2020: Terrence Crutcher Foundation offers free meals to ‘health care heroes’
“Health care heroes,” first responders and city sanitation workers can have free lunch at select north Tulsa, black-owned businesses thanks to the Terrence Crutcher Foundation.
“The Terence Crutcher Foundation is thankful beyond words for the selflessness of our frontline heroes and is committed as an organization to joining alongside our fellow Tulsans in showing our gratitude and support for them in this difficult time,” a news release states.
Tulsa World File photo