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Police Training Expert: There Won't Be Much Change Without Follow-up

Chicago officials are talking up efforts to overhaul the city’s policing during the anniversary of the Laquan McDonald video release. That includes a 16-hour class for every cop on de-escalating conflicts and recognizing mental-health crises. WBEZ’s Chip Mitchell reports.

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Chicago officials are talking up efforts to overhaul the city’s policing during the anniversary of the Laquan McDonald video release. That includes a 16-hour class for every cop on de-escalating conflicts and recognizing mental-health crises. WBEZ’s Chip Mitchell reports.

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