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Since the death of George Floyd and the world wide protests against police abuses there has been a clamor for reform.  Congress is at an impasse to enact legislation. Municipal officials, police supervisors, and people in the community have difficulty in coming to a consensus on how to change the structure, the practice and policies of policing and the culture. Much has been written about the Camden City police, its Use of Force polices and the creation of a new police department.

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