Americans see interactions with police getting worse across the nation, but not necessarily in their own communities, concludes a survey released Tuesday by the Charles Koch Institute and the Police Foundation on the public perception of police-community relations. When asked about interactions nationwide, only 12 percent said they were getting better and 50 percent said they were getting worse. Asked about peoples' interactions with police in their own community, 19 percent said they were getting better, 19 percent said . . .
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