A new order essentially bars Cleveland police from shooting at or from a moving vehicle, city officials announced Wednesday in what is the latest reform at a department where the use of force has been widely criticized.

The change, announced at a City Hall news conference, is one of 26 recommended as part of a two-year review into the department's use-of-force policies and practices by Washington, D.C.-based Police Executive Research Forum, or PERF.

"We're just trying to do the right thing," Police Chief Michael McGrath told reporters, adding that the change had nothing to do with a controversial November 2012 police chase that ended with two unarmed suspects shot to death.

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