Hey, Mr. Sessions: Policing is better without racism, violence
The Seattle Times
April 9, 2017

“Jeff Sessions ought to read a copy of the latest report on the Seattle Police Department’s move toward policing with less violence. He’d see that police can serve the community and protect themselves with less bloodshed.

“Sessions is the U.S. attorney general, and he succeeds two leaders of the Justice Department who were committed to improving relationships between police and the communities where they work. For them it was about better training, less confrontation in situations where de-escalation is a better strategy. It was about fewer bodies on the national news.”

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