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The Year in U.S. Policing

2015 could have been the year U.S. law enforcement agencies finally did some soul searching on racial bias. But that’s not how it happened.
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On January 1, 2015, a photo began circulating online of Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay. In the image, McLay is seen smiling while holding a sign that reads, “I RESOLVE TO CHALLENGE RACISM @ WORK #END WHITE SILENCE.”