Want the Public to Trust Police? Try Transparency

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Nearly 18 months after a grand jury declined to indict a Ferguson, MO police officer in the fatal August, 2014 shooting of Michael Brown, the visceral anger and destructive unrest that accompanied the protests over that decision have cooled. But the organizing force behind the protests—the Black Lives Matter movement—has coalesced into a powerful social, cultural and political force.

One example of its impact: the conversation fueled by Black Lives Matter about police accountability has moved into the . . .

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