2015 Not The Year Of Widespread Police Reform In U.S.

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For all the in­nov­a­tions in which U.S. loc­al gov­ern­ments have led the way, like edu­ca­tion, en­ergy-ef­fi­cient con­struc­tion, and smarter mass trans­it, law en­force­ment agen­cies have been us­ing the same blunt in­stru­ments (bat­ons, guns) and the same broken-windows meth­ods for dec­ades. Surely, with the spot­light on poli­cing at long last, re­form could fi­nally be­gin there, too.
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