RECRUITING BLACKS: Major Delrish Moss, who is in charge of the Miami Police Department’s Community Relations Section, says a predominantly white police presence in black neighborhoods is seen as “an occupying force that comes from the outside.”
RECRUITING BLACKS: Major Delrish Moss, who is in charge of the Miami Police Department’s Community Relations Section, says a predominantly white police presence in black neighborhoods is seen as “an occupying force that comes from the outside.” John Van Beekum Florida Center for Investigative Reporting
RECRUITING BLACKS: Major Delrish Moss, who is in charge of the Miami Police Department’s Community Relations Section, says a predominantly white police presence in black neighborhoods is seen as “an occupying force that comes from the outside.” John Van Beekum Florida Center for Investigative Reporting

Black police officers underrepresented on Florida streets

May 17, 2015 11:30 AM