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The Assembly Public Safety Committee Tuesday approved a bill co-authored by a San Diego lawmaker that would redefine when law enforcement officers can use deadly force.

The bill would allow the state’s law enforcement officers to use deadly force in the form of self-defense, the defense of another or if it would prevent further death and injury. However, police officers would be held accountable for homicides if they are found to have acted with criminal negligence or if their actions force them to use deadly force on a civilian.

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