CPD Superintendent Says Critics Have Sour Grapes Over Reform
Clip: 02/03/2022 | 11m 9s
Chicago police superintendent David Brown is approaching nearly two years in command. And it's been a rough ride. His tenure has been racked with a soaring homicide rate and weeks of civil unrest in the wake of George Floyd's murder, all while attempting to reform a police department during a global pandemic.
Aired: 02/03/22 |
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