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Resource ID: #893
Subject: 248
Source: 2199Kimberly Kindy, Ted Gest, Brad Schrade, Ronal Serpas
Affiliation: Criminal Justice Journalists, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Loyola University, The Washington Post
Date: 2016

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Are today's police officers in the U.S. more abusive than they used to be, or is it just that a few bad apples are being readily exposed by ubiquitous video cameras? How should journalists be covering developments in policing, including changes in training and investigations of drugs and other crime problems? Journalists who cover these issues will be joined by a veteran police official who argues that law enforcement can reduce both crime and incarceration.

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