TX Debate: Should Schools Teach How to Deal With Police?

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Texas' top criminal justice lawmakers are considering sending community leaders into public schools to teach ninth graders how to interact with police. They tout the proposal as a way to increase public safety, but critics question whether such instruction would be effective, reports the Texas Tribune. Sen. John Whitmire has proposed a bill that would teach ninth graders about the rights, responsibilities and . . .

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