Bill Bratton on Race and the Future of U.S. Policing

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This week, Bill Bratton joins Major to discuss meaningful and effective police reform and his new memoir, The Profession, which focuses on his experiences with race and policing in America. Bratton, who led the New York City, Boston, and Los Angeles police departments, dives into policies that he launched that were effective, and those that caused more harm than he had envisioned. Plus, Bratton talks about his relationship with Rudy Giuliani and how "America's Mayor" went from national personality to conspiracy theory propagator. This episode was recorded on June 1st, 2021.

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