On the Beat in Chicago's South Side In the wake of high-profile cases of excessive force and other misconduct, police officers in the nation's largest cities are under increasing scrutiny. We go out on the beat with two Chicago police officers: a 38-year veteran and a rookie. NPR's David Schaper reports.
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On the Beat in Chicago's South Side

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On the Beat in Chicago's South Side

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In the wake of high-profile cases of excessive force and other misconduct, police officers in the nation's largest cities are under increasing scrutiny. We go out on the beat with two Chicago police officers: a 38-year veteran and a rookie. NPR's David Schaper reports.

Chicago police officers outside the city's 8th district precinct. David Schaper, NPR hide caption

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