ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The mother of Philando Castile and the prosecutor who charged the officer who shot him have teamed up with others to develop a tool kit for law enforcement to use in times of crisis.
Valerie Castile and Ramsey County Attorney John Choi spoke about the tool kit during an online video conference last week with about 70 law enforcement agencies and other groups nationwide.READ MORE: Following Parking Lot Brawl In Wisconsin, Target Pulling Trading Cards From Store Shelves
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports the kit gives prosecutors and police ways to assess how prepared they are for police shootings, and see how they can be handled better. Among other things, the kit says a prosecutor should be immediately assigned to a police shooting.READ MORE: 'Absolutely Check Your Policies': Breezy Point Couple Learns COVID's Effect On Insurance The Hard Way Former Minneapolis Police Officer Talks About His Decision To Leave: 'I Did It Out Of Principle'
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