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Less than a few weeks after Darius Kennedy was shot and killed near Times Square, Manhattan by police officers, a second shooting occurred in Midtown Manhattan. David Boehm, COO of Security USA and a retired NYPD Lieutenant, knows the shoot and don't shoot policies of the Police Department. He explains how the police react in situations involving deadly force.
David Boehm, COO of Security USA and a veteran of the NYPD, explains that sometimes, the police will give a warning. However, when confronted with a life-or-death situation, police are allowed to use "deadly physical force". The news of the shooting comes a few weeks after Darius Kennedy was killed by officers near Times Square.
CBS News Senior Correspondent John Miller commented saying that security experts in the police department report an increasing number of residents and tourists that may put themselves in harm's way. Some are trying to flee, while others are attempting to watch or take videos instead of running for cover when the shooting first starts.
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