New Brunswick coroner jury says use-of-force policy needs review after officer kills woman

A coroner's jury that examined the fatal police shooting of a 26-year-old Indigenous woman in New Brunswick two years ago has ruled her death a homicide, and is recommending an independent body or agency to oversee cases of police use of force, and to ensure policy is understood by all police in the province. The three-woman, two-man jury released its recommendations Thursday following four days of testimony into the death of Chantel Moore.

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