Police officers’ ‘duty to intervene’ is enshrined into law. But will it prevent killings like Christian Glass?

As one Colorado deputy faces a murder charge in the killing of Christian Glass – who was fatally shot after calling 911 in June 2022 – six more are being prosecuted for failing to intervene. Another has already pleaded guilty. New laws are casting a wider net across law enforcement in excessive force cases – with broader implications for policing, reports Sheila Flynn

<p>Christian Glass smiles with his parents, Sally and Simon Glass</p>
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Native American community makes US history with clean energy project

The Gila River Indian Community will be the first in the US to construct a solar-panel-lined water canal, reports Katie Hawkinson

<p>At the 8 December ground-breaking ceremony, Gila River Indian Community Governor Stephen Lewis (right) stands with Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Camille Touton, Acting Principal Deputy Secretary of the Interior Laura Daniel-Davis and USACE Assistant Secretary of Civil Works Michael Connor.</p>





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