Just saw this from CNN. http://www.cnn.com/2015/12/16/us/los-angeles-sheriffs-department-guns-report/index.html The story is so pathetic on so many levels, but the one fact that caught my attention was: “In 2014, "after substantial adoption of the new weapon in patrol settings," the report noted, accidental discharges in the field shot up by more than 500% -- from three in 2012 to 19. Sixteen of the accidents involved deputies armed with handguns, the report found. Fifteen of those were carrying the Smith & Wesson.” If I’m reading this right, the LA County Sheriff’s Department had 19 accidental discharges of their firearms in one year?? And their blaming it on the S&W M&P? Am I out of line thinking this is a ridiculously high number of ADs for a single law enforcement agency? As a safety guy, this statistic alone would tell me there are problems with their organizational culture and would warrant independent review of their fundamental behaviors. I would disallow even the IGs report.