Dan Marcou

PoliceOne.com

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Retired police officer and former SWAT team member at the La Crosse, Wisconsin Police Department, where he served for more than three decades; author of several books, including  SWAT: Blue Knights in Black Armor and Destiny of Heroes,” he writes for PoliceOne.com

Dan Marcou on KCRW

Eric Garner in New York, Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Tamir Rice in Cleveland are just a few of the African Americans whose deaths at the hands of police last year sparked…

Backlash in Blue

Eric Garner in New York, Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Tamir Rice in Cleveland are just a few of the African Americans whose deaths at the hands of police last year sparked…

from To the Point

Last Friday in Beverly Hills, California, TV producer Charles Belk—a 51-year old black man—was on his way to a pre-Emmy awards party.

Police and Race in America

Last Friday in Beverly Hills, California, TV producer Charles Belk—a 51-year old black man—was on his way to a pre-Emmy awards party.

from To the Point

"War Comes Home": That’s what the ACLU called  its report  this week about the increasing militarization of police forces in the United States.

Cop or Soldier? Hard to Tell

"War Comes Home": That’s what the ACLU called its report this week about the increasing militarization of police forces in the United States.

from To the Point

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