Why officers shoot what might seem like an excessive number of bullets at suspects


Demonstrators standoff with officers outside Akron City Hall on Sunday as they protest the fatal police shooting of Jayland Walker.

It has to do with a standard protocol in police training: Officers are trained to shoot a suspect they perceive is a threat until that threat no longer exists.

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