Of 54 police officers who were charged for fatally shooting someone in the line of duty over the past decade, what portion of the resolved cases resulted in acquittals or dropped charges?
Per a 2015 Washington Post investigation, "Of the 54 officers who were charged for fatally shooting someone while on duty over the past decade, 35 have had their cases resolved. Of those, a majority - 21 officers - were acquitted or saw their charges dropped." This amounts to 60%.
DocumentationWashington Post Investigation