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Baltimore is still generating nationwide headlines because of the protests that erupted there after a young man died after a violent interaction with police. But a wave of homicides that’s taken place there in the wake of those riots has attracted less attention. Kojo chats with veteran police beat reporter Peter Hermann about the challenges confronting law enforcement in Baltimore and where they fit into broader conversations taking place across the country about effective policing.
- Peter Hermann Reporter, Washington Post
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