Posted Friday, April 30, 2010
In the wake of several headline-grabbing cases where police officers have been less than completely attentive to victims, there's a push to teach more sensitivity to the rank and file. Those who train officers say it comes down to basic human consideration, but public safety can be a desensitizing profession, to say the least. Friday morning at 9, join host Regina Brett for a conversation about sensitivity, police work, and why the two don't always go hand in hand when it comes to sex crime investigations.
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what happened to separation of church and state?
guns and god? policing is a customer service job, no more no less. it’s the egotistical viewpoint
of being god’s hand that is the problem!
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