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Trump supports a commission of a national standard of deescalation training and communication training.

President Donald Trump has signed an Executive Order on Safe Policing for Safe Communities which promotes de-escalation and communication training

In June 2020, President Donald Trump had signed an executive order on safe policing for safe communities.Under the Order, the Attorney General is to allocate certain grant funding to only those law enforcement agencies that meet high standards, including around use-of-force and de-escalation, as credentialed by reputable independent bodies.The order incentivises for law enforcement agencies to use a nationwide database to track terminations, criminal convictions, and civil judgments against law enforcement officers for excessive use-of-force, which will create accountability between agencies. The administration also prioritises training and other programs for police and social workers in responding to incidents involving people with mentally ill, addicted and homeless people.

By signing this order, it is indeed true that President Donald Trump supports de-escalation and communication training

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