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

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