It's been one year since the March 6, 2015, fatal shooting of Tony Robinson, a black teenager who was unarmed, by a white Madison police officer in a Williamson Street apartment house.
The shooting sent shockwaves through Madison, spurring weeks of protests, drawing national attention to the city and highlighting longstanding racial disparities in Dane County.
One year after the fatal police shooting sent shockwaves through Madison, some are more fearful of police as MPD seeks to rebuild trust.
Police leaders say the fatal shooting of Tony Robinson in Madison helped prompt ongoing reviews of use-of-force policies and training.
Changes include more training on mental illness, more use of Tasers and stronger efforts to root out implicit bias.
On March 6, 2015, Madison police officer Matt Kenny shot and killed 19-year-old Tony Robinson after an altercation on Williamson Street. Robin…