INDIANAPOLIS — Beginning July 1st, numerous new regulations are in spot for the Hoosier State.
Amid the big changes are up to date specifications for law enforcement coaching and system cameras.
Property Enrolled Act 1006 calls for law enforcement officers to study de-escalation tactics all through use of force teaching. The law also allows chokeholds in constrained predicaments only.
We spoke with Indiana State Police, who is now utilizing equivalent improvements within just its company.
Main Public Data Officer, Captain Ron Galaviz, suggests the improvements reward organizations, and the public, as it allows standardization and uniformity in teaching and policy.