Can Politics Handle Police Reform in 2020? An Expert Roundtable

October 15, 2020

By Darius Dixon

From the article: "So far, little has changed. Police have continued to kill Black people at a higher rate than whites and high-profile officer shootings have continued to spark protests. While Louisville put an end to no-knock warrants like the one executed on Taylor’s home and few other accountability measures, a Kentucky grand jury decided not to charge any officers for her death. Activists and communities everywhere who want to overhaul law enforcement are growing impatient. “You can see folks on the ground starting to question, ‘how long is this going to take?’” said Tracie Keesee, the co-founder of the Center for Policing Equity, a think tank promoting police accountability and reform."

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