Police culture, and what the Chauvin murder verdict might signal for the future

April 28, 2021

By Kenny Cooper and Aaron Moselle

From the article: "...For Hans Menos, vice president of law enforcement initiatives at the Center for Policing Equity, the Chauvin case was “low-hanging fruit” for police departments to criticize.

Ultimately, said Menos  — who previously led Philadelphia’s Police Advisory Commission —  it was an “outlier event” and not a sign of things to come.

“We need to see, in Philadelphia and around the country, police officers standing up to things that aren’t recorded [for] nine minutes and don’t lead to national outrage, just standing up for what’s right, because they’re the one witness … and they can make a real difference. I don’t think we’re seeing that,” Menos said..."

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