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From the editorial: "A few minutes of feedback from all of us can be valuable if the input is examined closely and taken to heart by (Duluth Police Chief Mike) Tusken, his officers, and others in the department."
From the column: "For much of the past year and a half, we have heard the mantra, 'Defund the police.' And that nebulous catch-phrase: We have to 'reimagine' policing. Whatever the hell that means."
From the column: "We must create platforms for meaningful engagements that reduce our shared biases. This means dialogues and forums, social opportunities, outreach, and conversations. The key is not to pull back but to reach out. Community-police engagement works."
Angela Robertson pinned her daughter, Maddy Robertson, in a swearing-in cermony.

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From the column: "Policing done well can impact people’s safety and security, and we stand proud and ready to be there on someone’s worst day to offer them a hand up."

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From the column: "We are not at a point where the people are at the center of government. But we can get there."
From the column: "Our lives are rich with opportunities to learn, teach, please, and persuade for good. I have strived to always remember the path that I have walked. I was never alone."
A urine sample showed Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson had a blood alcohol content of .13, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.

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