It’s no longer automatic for Wisconsin police officers to review video or audio of their shooting incidents before the State Justice Department questions them about it. The practice was made public last week, when an attorney for Tony Robinson’s family in Madison complained that officer Matt Kenny got to see a video of his shooting before he was questioned — something that others who are questioned don’t get to do. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says officers were allowed to review recordings in at least five police shootings in the state since 2015 — and the Justice Department dropped that practice last year when it’s the only way an officer would be willing to interview a state agent. The local prosecutor who also makes the final decision on charges must also agree.