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Tamar Massaneh, center, at a Mothers Against Senseless Killings event with police officers in Chicago in August.
Commentary October 30, 2018
A former police chief on why the job should be more than “runnin’ and gunnin’.”
Portland Police Chief Penny Harrington, center, in 1986 with her husband, Officer Bruce Gary Harrington, and her sister, police Capt. Roberta Webber.
Looking Back September 5, 2018
Portland’s first female chief, Penny Harrington, recalls the steep climb to the top.
Q&A August 16, 2016
“It’s lunacy in an urban environment.”
Commentary July 17, 2016
While the feds fiddle, some locals are innovating.
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy held a press conference to announce the arrests of four men in a shooting at Chicago's Cornell Square Park in September, 2013.
News October 21, 2015
New group backs bipartisan proposals to ease drug sentencing, solitary confinement.
Former Baltimore Police Department Commissioner Anthony Batts during a news conference about the death of  Freddie Gray in April.
Analysis July 10, 2015
He was more at home at Harvard than on the streets.
Q&A June 11, 2015
A conversation with Atlanta’s Chief of Police, George Turner.
Baltimore Police Department Commissioner Anthony Batts surveys the corner of North and Pennsylvania avenues on  April 30. Months before the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, Batts had asked for assistance in reforming his department from the Justice Department's Office of Community Oriented Police Services.
News May 2, 2015
The softer side of Justice Department intervention.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts during a press conference on April 25 on the death of Freddie Gray.
News April 28, 2015
A brief, aggregated history of the Baltimore police commissioner at the eye of the storm.
Anthony Batts speaking last September at the Brennan Center for Justice in New York.
News April 23, 2015
Baltimore’s chief on policing in black communities.