Last month, the U.S. Department of Justice began reviewing the San Francisco Police Department over the controversial fatal shooting of Mario Woods, who was armed with a knife. Forum talks with the DOJ's Noble Wray about the review, how police departments can foster community trust, and the best ways for police to deescalate situations to avoid officer shootings of suspects.
Inside the Federal Review of the SFPD
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Noble Wray, chief of Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Practices and Accountability