This week on Beyond The Badge, law enforcement analyst Vincent Hill discusses the shooting Monday at Mercy Hospital in Chicago, which claimed the live of a cop and two other victims before the gunman turned the gun on himself. This tragic situation was as a result of a domestic violence issue. This is a major issue in our culture and people need to seek help if they or someone they know deals with it.
Then, there was a class action lawsuit filed in Michigan 600 black state trooper applicants who say the civil service exam is racially biased to cause them to fail.
Finally, there’s a new documentary about Deputy Kyle Dinkheller, who was shot and killed in 1998 during a traffic stop. How does it relate to the age of social media we’re in today?
Vincent hits on all of that and more on this week’s episode of Beyond The Badge!
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