Rosa Brooks was on sabbatical from her job as a professor at Georgetown University Law Center in 2016 when she decided to become a reserve officer with Washington, D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department—a decision she attributes to both an interest in police reform and a love of detective novels.
Her police training centered on tactical instructions and memorizing violations, but a key element was missing from the curriculum.
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