Why Police Reform Won’t Die Under Trump

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Samuel Walker

Will police reform survive the Trump administration?

The stakes could not be higher. The national police crisis that began with the events in Ferguson, Mo. in August 2014 provoked a remarkable burst of new thinking and reform in policing that holds the promise of ending the historic conflict between the police and the African American community.

Some commentators have already argued that the . . .

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