Mandatory body armor policies rise in wake of officer death increase

Federal study used input from officers on the street to examine how agencies comply with policies

Kevin Johnson

WASHINGTON — A rising number of law enforcement officers are required to wear body armor after two consecutive years in which police were being killed by gunfire with increasing frequency, a new Justice Department study has found.

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