Is it Possible for American Policing to be Reformed?

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Is policing beyond repair?

Is defunding the only answer?

Helping us address these questions, Former police chief and leadership consultant, Nick Sensley, joins the podcast to talk about how to bring about real change in the area of police reform.

Nick brings 40+ years of experience in police training and organizational development to one of the most thorny issues facing our cities. And most recently, he founded the Institute for American Police Reform,

Nicholas Sensley, President and CEO of the Institute for American Police Reform

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