Can Bratton Oversee Changes in His Final Lap as Police Leader?

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After high-profile police killings of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana, New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton told national television audiences, “We need to find ways to see each other." It was a call for the police and minority communities to recognize each other’s humanity. The conciliatory tone sounded at odds with Bratton’s public persona two decades ago, when he first served as New York’s police commissioner. Then, he unleashed officers to fight crime block . . .

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