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Series: Policing Practices And Accountability In Wisconsin

Former Madison Police Chief Noble Wray
Police departments around the United States have experimented with "community policing" methods since the 1980s, but distrust of law enforcement officers remains deeply embedded in many low-income and minority communities.
ShotSpotter screen view
As cities around the United States struggle to respond to gun violence in neighborhoods where residents may not trust law enforcement, dozens of police departments are turning to a gunshot-detection system called ShotSpotter.