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Cops and the Community

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Richard Greene, chief executive of the Crown Heights Youth Collective, looks at what the Sean Bell shooting says about the state of police community relations. Later we hear from NYPD spokesman, Paul Browne, who defends the department's approach, and then community activist Eddie Ellis of Medgar Evars College on NYPD practices.
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Comments [1]

Katie from FOREST HILLS

PAY THE POLICE A LIVING WAGE OF AT LEAST $45,000 PER YEAR. THIS IS NYC, THINGS ARE MORE EXPENSIVE AND THEY ARE NY'S FINEST!

Mar. 21 2008 01:49 PM

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