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Protect and Serve? [electronic resource]: De-Policing in Urban Neighborhoods

Beset with the catchphrase "racial profiling," police in many American cities have responded with their own terminology: "selective disengagement," "tactical detachment," and the code NC/NC-"no contact, no complaints." In this program, ABC News anchor Ted Koppel reports on how police are moving from active to passive law enforcement in the wake of controversy, resulting in a spike of violent crimes. His discussion panel includes Keith Fangman, president of the Cincinnati Fraternal Order of Police; Reverend Damon Lynch III, president of Cincinnati's Black United Front; and Larry Gossett, the only African-American member of Seattle's King County Metropolitan Council.
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2006; 2001
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Busting Organized Retail Crime Rings [electronic resource]

Most people think of shoplifting as a petty crime, but organized rings sell the stolen items and make as much as
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2013
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SWAT: Mission Creep

SWAT teams were created in the 1960s to combat violent events. Since then, the specialized teams have morphed into a force increasingly used in routine policing, most often to serve drug warrants, sometimes with disastrous results. Which raises the question: are we too militarized?
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2017; 2015