Four of five former Memphis officers charged in the killing of Tyre Nichols can no longer work as law enforcement in Tennessee.
The Memphis police supervisor on scene when Tyre Nichols was beaten to death by officers retired with his benefits the day before a hearing to fire him.
The review will examine the use of specialized units around the country and produce a guide for police chiefs and mayors on their use, according to the announcement.
Controversial police practices including the use of unmarked cars during routine stops will no longer be allowed under the new law.
The officers were fired after an internal Memphis Police Department investigation into the Jan. 7 arrest of Nichols, who died in a hospital three days later.
Meanwhile, the office of the top prosecutor in Memphis will review all previous cases of the five officers charged in the Nichols investigation.
Long before the death of Tyre Nichols, cops were killing Black people in Memphis — and their loved ones want justice, too.
"What happened to Tyre in Memphis happens too often," Biden said. "We have to do better."
A new report says one of the officers involved in Nichols arrest and beating took a picture of the man as he was bloodied and handcuffed.
The Irish lead singer of U2 was invited to attend the speech because of his advocacy and philanthropic support for global health and AIDS relief initiatives.