DOJ limits chokeholds, ‘no knock’ warrants by federal officers

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.Newly estab­lished depart­ment-wide poli­cies “explic­it­ly” ban offi­cers from using such restraints, unless dead­ly force has been autho­rized – “when the offi­cer has a rea­son­able belief that the sub­ject of such force pos­es an immi­nent dan­ger of death or seri­ous phys­i­cal injury to the offi­cer or to anoth­er per­son,” the depart­ment said in a Tues­day press release. DOJ ANNOUNCES NEW FEDERAL MONITOR PROGRAM TO OVERSEE POLICE DEPART­MENTS­The changes apply to fed­er­al agents who work under the Depart­ment of Jus­tice, or, in some cas­es, to local police depart­ments who work …

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