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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Adam Housley) The dispute over a proposed K-9 unit in Berkeley, California, featured; details given about opponents’ claims that K-9 dogs intimidate low-income citizens and ethnic minorities. [Berkeley Police Review Committee’s William WHITE- says the dogs can bring up emotion in African Americans because the dogs were used as a control mechanism in the 60’s.] [Berkeley Police Department’s Kevin SCHOFIELD- explains the only situations in which the dogs are trained to bite.]
- Folbaum, Rick;
- Housley, Adam
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