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The shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, last summer turned all eyes on the police. From inner cities to outer suburbs, residents are debating the use of force, the realities of racial diversity and overall police accountability. As the suburbs around D.C. become more racially and economically diverse, they take on some of the policing challenges that once belonged solely to big cities. We talk with the Montgomery County police chief about his county and his job.
- Thomas Manger Montgomery County Police Chief; President of the Major Cities Chiefs Police Association
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