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“I ignored how the board’s validation of bad tactics perpetuated future bad practices. Or how it mirrored the cultural tolerance for rough and aggressive tactics in high-crime neighborhoods. The board’s approach reinforced the myth about how policing should be done in those neighborhoods—with those kinds of people. It was considered the cost of doing business.” Sue Rahr The Atlantic: No Such Thing as a Bad Apple. “I worked in law enforcement for decades. The culture is what’s rotten.”

+ Chris Rock crushed the bad apple theory.

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