Restoring Citizens' Trust In Police Departments

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A.C. Thompson, staff reporter, ProPublica
Connie Rice, civil rights attorney
Ron Hampton, executive director, National Black Police Association

The mayor of New Orleans called on the Justice Department to overhaul his city's police force. And the city of New York settled with the family of Sean Bell for more than $7 million. Troubled police departments can have a difficult time regaining the trust of citizens wary of law enforcement and weary of disorder.

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