Police Practices During Protests
As protests continue against racial injustice around the country, police departments have used a variety of tactics against the crowds.
Some officers march and kneel with protestors, while some indiscriminately use pepper spray. Research shows that when police officers escalate the use of force, the situation worsens.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we take a look at policing practices during civil unrest.
- Andrew Ginther, mayor of Columbus
- Jay McDonald, past president, Ohio FOP and, major, Marion Police
- Jamiles Lartey, staff writer, The Marshall Project
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