Garner Decision Prompts Calls for Police Retraining, Accountability

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Civil rights leaders are calling for a march on Washington in the wake of grand juries declining to indict police officers in the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. As protests continue in the Bay Area, we'll hear a variety of perspectives on the Garner decision and the ongoing tension over police use of force. We'll also discuss efforts to improve police departments' training and relationships with minority communities.

Guests:

Olis Simmons, executive director of Youth UpRising, Oakland, an organization offering a range of programs and services that develop youth leadership

Laurence Miller, police psychologist at the West Palm Beach Police Department and author of "Practical Police Psychology: Stress Management and Crisis Intervention for Law Enforcement"

Tina Susman, New York bureau chief for The Los Angeles Times, covering the Eric Garner case

Rich Roberts, public information officer, International Union of Police Assocations

Jinho Ferreira, deputy, Alameda County Sheriff's Office; producer and star of "Cops and Robbers"

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