In a climate marked by nationwide racial tensions and fear of societal change, successful policing reforms must come from new leadership in law enforcement agencies around the country, New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said yesterday as he began his final week at the helm of the country’s largest police department.
Bratton, 68, who is retiring this month after two and a half years as NYPD Commissioner—his second stint in the post—said today’s atmosphere reminded . . .
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