The death of Daniel Prude has led to questions about how police are trained to handle a variety of situations. Marvin Stepherson retired as a police sergeant with 25 years of service in local law enforcement. He now teaches at Roberts Wesleyan, and comments regularly on police-community relations.
Stepherson talks about how he sees the Prude case and what kind of change is possible within police structures. Our guest:
- Marvin Stepherson, professor of criminal justice at Roberts Wesleyan College, and retired police sergeant