Jim Bueermann

Police Foundation

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President of the Police Foundation, a nonprofit working to improve policing; former office in the Redlands Police Department (California) for 33 years, serving in every position, including as chief of police

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High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

Dash cams, body cams and unintended consequences

High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

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High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

Dash cams, body cams and unintended consequences

High-profile cases of questionable killings and other alleged misbehavior have police departments mounting cameras on patrol cars and on cops themselves.

from To the Point

How many Americans are killed by police every year? Who are they? Are the incidents justified? Nobody knows the answers to those questions.

Law Enforcement: Some Unanswered Questions

How many Americans are killed by police every year? Who are they? Are the incidents justified? Nobody knows the answers to those questions.

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