FRONTLINE

Policing the Police 2020

Season 2020 Episode 19 | 54m 20s | Video has closed captioning.

George Floyd's killing triggered mass demonstrations nationwide calling for racial justice and police accountability in the United States. In the wake of those protests, New Yorker writer and historian Jelani Cobb returns to a troubled police department he first visited four years ago to examine whether reform can work, and how police departments can be held accountable.

Aired: 09/15/20

Rating: NR

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