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Remembering officers who died serving and protecting

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Even as the debate over U.S. policing continues, with hard and important evidence about police misconduct and racial profiling, there is also no single story to tell about the roughly 800,000 Americans who serve as police officers. In this annual report, MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber takes an accounting of the officers who died on the job, reporting on their lives and their service.