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    This might ought to be posted under training, but I have a question.

    Where can I find (Does anyone know) statistics regarding the physical distances between police and suspects in police involved shootings?

    I know that the overwhelming majority are within 7 yards, but for what I am doing, I would like to quote actual numbers.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    I googled "officer involved shooting statistics" and came up with a number of articles:

    http://www.policeone.com/writers/col...ticles/117909/

    http://www.theppsc.org/Staff_Views/Aveni/OIS.pdf

    http://www.sdcda.org/files/OIS_Report_100907.pdf

    http://www.killzonevoices.com/finalrpt3.pdf
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      www.fbi.gov

      All police shooting stats are here.

      BTW, 90% of all police shootings are within 5 feet and over in 3 seconds. And police will miss more than connect.

      Thus, we train, train, practice, and train. For an entire career.

      For those 3 seconds in our lives we hope never come.
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