When police shootings end badly, it can often cause citizens to mistrust the cops who are supposed to protect them. From the mayor of New Orleans calling in the feds to investigate that city's troubled police department, to the city of New York settling with the family of Sean Bell for more than $7 million, communities are growing increasingly weary of law and disorder. A.C. Thompson of ProPublica, Ron Hampton of the National Black Police Association, and Connie Rice, chairwoman of the Blue Ribbon Commission that investigated the LAPD Rampart scandal, talk about troubled police forces and their attempts to reform for the better.
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