Chuck Canterbury

National Fraternal Order of Police

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President of the National Fraternal Order of Police

Chuck Canterbury on KCRW

Intensive policing gets credit for reducing crime, but it's also getting the blame for excessive force on the streets of American cities.

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Intensive policing gets credit for reducing crime, but it's also getting the blame for excessive force on the streets of American cities.

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