Retired Law Enforcement Officers on Policing in Chicago
Clip: 05/25/2021 | 9m 52s
Fatal shootings, revelations of botched raids, and policing tactics at protests have all been the subject of criticism, calls for reform and even defunding. But many in law enforcement say they are given too few resources and too many restrictions to do what they believe is a difficult and dangerous job.
Aired: 05/25/21 |
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