Police Accountability | BK Live

September 28, 2016

Police-community relations are once again among the top stories nationwide, from Charlotte to Tulsa to Columbus. In New York, the recent debate has been not just about what police reform is needed, but how it should be done.

Here to discuss the state of police-community relations are Mark Winston Griffith, Executive Director of the Brooklyn Movement Center and member of Communities United for Police Reform, Joseph Giacalone, a retired NYPD Detective Sergeant who teaches at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and Michael Sisitzky, a policy counsel at the New York Civil Liberties Union.


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