Former Police Chief Norm Stamper on Reforming Law Enforcement Through Community Based Policing

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Norm Stamper (Photo: Norm Stamper)

A Dallas march turned deadly last week as five police officers were shot and killed. This came just days after two more African-American males were shot by white police officers, refocusing attention on our nation's police departments. Former Seattle Police Chief and long-time police officer Norm Stamper joins us to discuss the tragic violence. He’ll also share his ideas for reforming law enforcement that he lays out in his new book “To Protect and Serve: How to Fix America’s Police."

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Norm Stamper, former chief of the Seattle Police Department; author of "To Protect and Serve: How to Fix America's Police"

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