George Floyd death: Minneapolis police training expert testifies officers did not follow training, duty

The three former Minneapolis police officers who are on trial for allegedly violating George Floyd’s civil rights were trained to use the least amount force necessary, and had a duty to intervene against inappropriate force, according to Thursday testimony from the commander of the training division at the time of Floyd’s killing.

Inspector Katie Blackwell said officers are required to try to de-escalate a situation and, if force is used, to stop once the person is no longer resisting,…

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