(THE HILL) — A White House panel is examining whether grand juries are the best way to review the use of deadly force by law enforcement in the aftermath of controversial decisions not to indict police officers who killed unarmed black men.
"One of the things that we will be looking at as a task force is independent review of these kinds of cases and how should that take place," Philadelphia police chief Charles Ramsey, who is co-chairing the panel, told NPR's "Morning Edition" on Tuesday.
"But, we also want to make sure that everything we do protects everyone's rights and that includes the rights of the police officer, as well."
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Ramsey said that what "people are concerned about is how these cases are reviewed."