Group calls for police accountability after deadly shootings in Westchester

There is a call for the county to

There is a call for the county to create an police intervention team designed to deal with mental health sufferers.

There's now a new call for Westchester County legislators to take action and hold police accountable in the wake of several deadly police shootings.

Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., whose father was shot and killed by White Plains police in November 2011, spoke in front of the Westchester County Board yesterday. "It's not a New Rochelle, Yonkers, Mount Vernon or White Plains issue,” he said. “It's...

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Do you agree with the grand jury's decision in the Chamberlain case?

Yes, the police acted properly. No, the case should have gone to trial.

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