Justice For All Town Hall: Have reforms gone far enough in the wake of George Floyd's murder?
Just over a year ago, in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, there were intense calls to reform the way we police.
But do those changes go far enough, or do they go too far?
News 12 Westchester spoke to three people who have firsthand knowledge of those plans:
- Mayo Bartlett, a former prosecutor who served as co-chair of the Westchester County Reform Committee.
- Lloyd Richards, a community activist who has attended many Black Lives Matter marches, but also served on the Elmsford Reform Committee.
- Wallkill Police Chief Robert Hertman.
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