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A Closer Look (Keeping the Peace) #847183

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 16, 2006
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(Studio: Bill Weir) A closer look at peacekeepers under fire featured; scenes shown of a New York City protest against the police shooting in Queens that killed Sean Bell; photo shown of 92-year-old Kathryn Johnson††, who was shot by police. [December 4, Atlanta police Chief Richard PENNINGTON†- comments on the situation fort the police.] [Police integrity expert John Jay College's Dr. Maki HABERFELD††- comments on having an armed police force.] Bureau of Labor Statistics figures on the time spent on police officer training in the US vs. Germany cited. [Detroit police deputy chief Jaime FIELDS†- comments on use of force.] The issue of the us versus them mentality of police & citizens explained. [Newark Mayor Cory BOOKER†- says we need to pull together to reduce crime.]

Weir, Bill

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