Aurora’s McClain review to focus on training, policies

Colorado News

AURORA, Colo. (AP) — The local investigation related to the death of a 23-year-old Black man who died after police stopped him on the street in suburban Denver will focus on first-responder training and policies as the state attorney general’s probe looks at whether criminal charges are warranted.

Aurora city councilors and staff discussed the plans on Monday during a study session, when no votes are taken. The Colorado Sentinel reports the city is looking at having a committee that includes experts on civil rights, criminal justice and medical assistance in police calls conduct the review. Federal authorities are also looking at whether to conduct an investigation.

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