What Chicago Can Learn About Police Reform From Camden, NJ

In 2013, the city disbanded and rebuilt its police department from scratch in response to a public safety crisis.

What Chicago Can Learn About Police Reform From Camden, NJ
In this Saturday, May 30, 2020, photo, Lt. Zack James of the Camden County Metro Police Department marches along with demonstrators in Camden, N.J., to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Police officers in one of New Jersey's largest and most violent cities were praised on social media for marching alongside protesters in rallies held this weekend over Floyd's death. April Saul / AP
What Chicago Can Learn About Police Reform From Camden, NJ
In this Saturday, May 30, 2020, photo, Lt. Zack James of the Camden County Metro Police Department marches along with demonstrators in Camden, N.J., to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Police officers in one of New Jersey's largest and most violent cities were praised on social media for marching alongside protesters in rallies held this weekend over Floyd's death. April Saul / AP

What Chicago Can Learn About Police Reform From Camden, NJ

In 2013, the city disbanded and rebuilt its police department from scratch in response to a public safety crisis.

Amid growing calls for police reform across the country, many cities are looking to Camden, N.J., as a possible model for major police reform.

Reset discusses how the city reimagined its police department to better protect and serve its residents, and why more cities are starting to defund local police.

GUEST: Simone Weichselbaum, national law enforcement reporter at The Marshall Project