UpFront: Police group wants to play active role in conversation on reforms


A Wisconsin police group wants to play an assertive role in driving the conversation about policing reforms following the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, a group leader said.
The Wisconsin Professional Police Association last week put out a detailed, 14-page plan called “A Blueprint for Change.” The group’s recommendations include uniform statewide policies on the use of force; body cameras for every police force in Wisconsin; and riot penalties for people who intentionally take part in violence or destruction.
WPPA executive director Jim Palmer said his organization has been working on th...

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