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Kenosha Police are launching a new training program for officers this month to combat implicit bias in policing.

A new certification program is in the works for three of its members who will ultimately train the department’s entire force. The department’s nearly 200 officers will undergo training next year, Chief Daniel Miskinis said Thursday.

The move comes in the wake of major civil unrest following the shooting of a Black man by a white Kenosha Police officer in August, and a series of listening sessions called by Mayor John Antaramian to discuss the public outcry and how the community can move forward.

The department has a two-year contract with Fair & Impartial Policing, a Tampa, Fla.-based organization providing specialized instruction in bias awareness for law enforcement.

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