The FBI will have a database that tracks police use of deadly force within the next two years, director James Comey said at a congressional hearing on Wednesday.
The database aims to fill a gap in record-keeping that has resulted in "uninformed conversations" about use of force.
This was announced during a hearing tied to Hillary Clinton and the FBI's investigation of her email server. Comey said the FBI had no plans to reopen its investigation into the server.
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This comes after a number of high-profile shootings of black men by police. Most recently, Alfred Olango, an unarmed black man said to be mentally in, by police in a San Diego suburb on Tuesday.
Last week, an officer was <b>charged with manslaughter in death of Terence Crutcher</b> in Tulsa, Okla.
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