At least in this case a lot of the 23 rounds fired hit the subject. Better than the reports where police open fire on a subject, shoot 20-30 rounds, and don't hit anything.
I always wonder where all those rounds that didn't hit the subjects go. To me that's a big problem, police unleashing a barrage of gunfire creating a hazard for citizens totally unaware. As for qualification on the range, depending on the department one can qualify with a score in the low 60% range. Maybe that standard should be raised to the 85-90% level. At least that would require more practice.
It's not their "Hits" I worry about, it's their misses that could end up in some innocent party just walking down the street or sitting in their living room.