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Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown

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David Brown, Chicago Police Superintendent, took the job just in time for COVID-19, George Floyd, and the looting on Michigan Avenue… and he’s happy to be here. There’s two sides to every story, and I wanted to have a fair discussion with the head of the Chicago Police Department about what it’s like to be a cop today. Thanks for listening!

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