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‘Most Cops Don’t Violate the Rules. It’s Just That the Rules Are Horrific.’

Law professor Rosa Brooks on what she learned from five years with the Metropolitan Police

Photo: Jody McKitrick

Rosa Brooks was a fortysomething Georgetown Law School professor in 2015 when she applied to join the reserves of the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department. Being “white…

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Hope Reese

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Writer (currently) in Budapest, bylines @NYTimes, @TheAtlantic, @Undarkmag, @VICE, @voxdotcom & more; follow on Twitter @hope_reese; hopereese.com

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