D.C. Officer Arrest Raises Police Radicalization Fear

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The arrest of a Washington, D.C., transit officer on charges of trying to aid the Islamic State could raise concerns among U.S. police departments about radicalization within the ranks, especially given officers' ability to access potential targets, reports USA Today. "They would be trusted by other officers, especially if they're in uniform or have identification and . . .

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