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Federal law enforcement officers are prohibited from the use of "chokeholds" and "carotid restraints" in most instances, and instances in which agents can perform "no-knock" or unannounced entries have been limited, the U.S. Justice Department announced Tuesday.Federal law enforcement officers are prohibited from the use of "chokeholds" and "carotid restraints" in most instances, and instances in which agents can perform "no-knock" or unannounced entries have been limited, the U.S. Justice Department announced Tuesday.

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In April of 2017, Baltimore entered a consent decree with the Department of Justice to address policing practices by the Baltimore Police Department that the DOJ found to be unconstitutional. This week, Attorney General Merrick Garland outlined new guidelines for the federal monitors overseeing police reforms, ones that could have an impact on Baltimore.In April of 2017, Baltimore entered a consent decree with the Department of Justice to address policing practices by the Baltimore Police Department that the DOJ found to be unconstitutional. This week, Attorney General Merrick Garland outlined new guidelines for the federal monitors overseeing police reforms, ones that could have an impact on Baltimore.

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The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday said it was curtailing the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies from using chokeholds to restrain suspects or executing no-knock warrants at peoples' homes before entering. “Building trust and confidence between law enforcement and the public we serve is central to our mission at the Justice Department,” said Attorney General Merrick Garland. “The limitations implemented today on the use of ‘chokeholds,’ ‘carotid restraints’ and ‘no-knock’ warrants, combined with our recent expansion of body-worn cameras to DOJ’s federal agents, are among the important steps the department is taking to improve law enforcement safety and accountability.”The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday said it was curtailing the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies from using chokeholds to restrain suspects or executing no-knock warrants at peoples' homes before entering. “Building trust and confidence between law enforcement and the public we serve is central to our mission at the Justice Department,” said Attorney General Merrick Garland. “The limitations implemented today on the use of ‘chokeholds,’ ‘carotid restraints’ and ‘no-knock’ warrants, combined with our recent expansion of body-worn cameras to DOJ’s federal agents, are among the important steps the department is taking to improve law enforcement safety and accountability.”

U.S. Justice Dept scales back use of chokeholds and no-knock warrants

The Justice Department is curtailing federal agents’ use of “no-knock” warrants – which allow law enforcement agents to enter a home without announcing their presence – and would also prohibit its agents from using chokeholds in most circumstancesThe Justice Department is curtailing federal agents’ use of “no-knock” warrants – which allow law enforcement agents to enter a home without announcing their presence – and would also prohibit its agents from using chokeholds in most circumstances

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The US Justice Department on Tuesday said it was curtailing the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies from using chokeholds to restrain suspects or executing no-knock warrants at peoples' homes before entering.The US Justice Department on Tuesday said it was curtailing the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies from using chokeholds to restrain suspects or executing no-knock warrants at peoples' homes before entering.

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The Justice Department on Tuesday said it was curtailing the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies from using chokeholds to restrain suspects or executing no-knock warrants at peoples' homes before entering.The Justice Department on Tuesday said it was curtailing the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies from using chokeholds to restrain suspects or executing no-knock warrants at peoples' homes before entering.

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