Policing in the United States is at a crossroads. Landmark protests have shown the need to change the relationship between police and minority communities to one of mutual understanding and respect. Yet the pressures of crime and public safety often create little space for fresh thinking or reform. Here we look at how the debate is evolving and where cities, police departments, and activists are searching for new ways forward.
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