The task force will examine statewide search warrant policies and make recommendations.
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A Jefferson County grand jury charged former Louisville police Det. Brett Hankison with three felony counts of wanton endangerment on Wednesday for shooting into three apartments during the raid on Breonna Taylor's home in March.
The city's settlement with the family of Taylor is the largest police misconduct payment the city has ever paid in a lawsuit.
“I think that the family acknowledged that it was a step that shows that the city does care," Beshear said.
Taylor, 26, who was shot and killed March 13 when police executed a no-knock raid on her apartment.
The ordinance would restrict when and how such warrants can be sought and executed by LMPD.
At least one Louisville Metro Council member, Barbara Sexton Smith, called Wednesday for police to prohibit the no-knock warrants.
Angela Jernigan and Amy Gamez do have newly-found hope for eventual closure after a recent development in the case.
The department said in a news release that confiscated more than 570 oxycodone pills, 200 Xanax pills, nearly 28 grams of heroin, 650 grams of marijuana, more than $5,000 and seven firearms, of which two were confirmed stolen.