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    Debrief of police and race relations

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    •Do people think the law enforcement agencies in the U.S. are doing a good job of keeping up with the demands of the nation (domestic and international) for security? Why or why not?
    •What challenges do people see ahead for the law enforcement agencies in the U.S.? Why? Do people think other countries such as England, India, and Canada face the same challenges? Why?

    •Do people think the evolution of police and law enforcement organizations in the U.S. has been smooth and forward looking? Why? How do people think it could have been better or worse?
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    •Do people think the law enforcement agencies in the U.S. are doing a good job of keeping up with the demands of the nation (domestic and international) for security? Why or why not?

    It depends upon the demographic whether or not they believe that police in America are effectively doing their jobs. Many poor and minority Americans believe that police are a part of the problem as opposed to a part of the solution because of the constant harassment, murders, and other offenses that minorities have historically suffered in America. ...

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