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NYC Police Practice Tactics to Handle GOP Protesters

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NYC Police Practice Tactics to Handle GOP Protesters

NYC Police Practice Tactics to Handle GOP Protesters

NYC Police Practice Tactics to Handle GOP Protesters

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NPR's Robert Smith reports from the Brooklyn training area where New York City police are learning how to handle the surge of protesters expected for the Republican National Convention in Manhattan. Some officers in uniform, and others dressed as protesters, played out such scenarios as "removal of linked protesters blocking a roadway" and "arrest of protesters storming a delegates' bus."

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