Amid Criticism Of Police, “Implicit Bias Training” Gains Popularity

As the shooting of unarmed black men by police officers has drawn increased scrutiny, local police departments are increasingly turning to “implicit bias training” in hopes of helping their officers recognize their prejudices and develop strategies for enforcing the law equitably in spite of them, reports the Washington Post. The idea is that simply understanding
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