Tyler Parry

historian and professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas

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Two California California lawmakers want to ban the use of police dogs to arrest or apprehend suspects. A historian shares the history of dogs in law enforcement.

No more using police dogs to arrest people? New law could make it happen

Two California California lawmakers want to ban the use of police dogs to arrest or apprehend suspects. A historian shares the history of dogs in law enforcement.

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