Bratton: DHS Head and I Working to Find ‘Common Ground’ Between Cops & the Community

‘The secretary and I are committed to the national level and here in America’s largest city to find common ground to get to the same set of issues and understandings and move forward’

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BRATTON: "Policing in America, policing in democracy is a shared responsibility where we have to see each other, hear each other and learn from each other and moving forward as we attempt to do here the last several years since the murder of two our two officers in December of ‘14 is to try to increase the dialogue, bridge the gap and close the gap. Everyone’s opinion and voice needs to be heard but having done that and doing that we then need to try to find common ground. The secretary and I are committed to the national level and here in America’s largest city to find common ground to get to the same set of issues and understandings and move forward."

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