Three Years Post-George Floyd, Police Training, Cultural Reform Is Sluggish, Experts Say
Nearly three years after the police killing of George Floyd, law enforcement leaders, criminal justice experts and civil rights advocates have assembled vast reports and recommendations to reduce violent police encounters. Yet progress remains slow, according to three experts from the Duke University School of Law who briefed the media Thursday.
Most law enforcement agencies still lack specific guidelines on several aspects of policing that are critical to reducing fatal police encounters,
- May 22, 2023