NYC Cop’s Death Points to Women’s Front-Line Roles

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“All of us suffer that same risk, man and woman,” Baltimore police commander Sheree Briscoe tells the New York Times. “That’s what’s happening in the culture of policing.” Some female officers describe still having to prove to male colleagues that they are bold enough for the job. Many officers, they say, still view sensitivity as a sign of weakness . . .

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