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I don’t have the answers to this crisis in 2020, but I feel there is something to learn here. Thought provoking presentation.

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Policing from a Black Officer’s Perspective: Officer Roberta Yates

Officer Roberta Yates, an almost 22-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, describes her journey from New York City to Maryland, and the challenges of being a Black woman in the department. In this video series, Baltimore Police Department officers discuss what it means to be Black and in law enforcement from their perspectives.

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I love being a police officer, but we need reform

Melvin Russell


We’ve invested so much in police departments as protectors that we have forgotten what it means to serve our communities, says Baltimore Police officer Lt. Colonel Melvin Russell.

It’s led to coldness and callousness, and it’s dehumanized the police force. After taking over as district commander in one of Baltimore’s toughest neighborhoods, Russell instituted a series of reforms aimed at winning back the trust of the community and lowering the violent crime rate.

“Law enforcement is in a crisis,” he says. “But it’s not too late for all of us to build our cities and nation to make it great again.”

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