Taylor was killed by police in her home in March during a no-knock warrant. “As part of the settlement, the city agreed to establish a housing credit program as an incentive for officers to live in the areas they serve; use social workers to provide support on certain police runs; and require commanders to review and approve search warrants before seeking judicial approval, among other changes,” according to the article. The settlement is believed to be the highest-ever paid out by Louisville.
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Louisville, Breonna Taylor's Family Agree to 'Historic' Settlement
The city of Louisville agreed to pay $12 million to Breonna Taylor’s family, in addition to enacting “sweeping police reforms,” in order to settle the family’s wrongful death suit against the city. So reports CNN.
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