FBI Director Speaks in Cleveland on Police Community Relations

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Speaking to a packed auditorium at Tri-C made up of local students, civic leaders, and law enforcement, FBI Director James Comey said Cleveland can be a role model for addressing the divide between police and the people they protect.

He was joined by Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams and Cuyahoga County Sheriff Cliff Pinkney.  The three answered questions from the audience.

This is an excerpt of some of those questions and their comments.

-- Director Comey opening statement

-- Chief Williams describes his definition of community policing

-- Director Comey explains "Weed & Seed"

-- Sheriff Pinkney on reactive v. proactive policing

-- Chief Williams on guardian v. warrior policing

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