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Special Agent James Blacknell

One of the most sensitive, hotbed topics in American contemporary culture is police interaction with the citizenry. General consensus indicates disparity, perhaps a double standard in the treatment of different demographics regarding interactions with police. Discouraging is that those differences more often than not involve white officers, and minorities, the result being death, and unnecessary violence leading to public outrage. Conversely, this is the perspective of the average citizen, not police officers -those whose job is to serve and protect. Today we get the perspective of an African American law enforcement official.

Special Agent James Blacknell, Gary Indiana native with over 30 years of law enforcement experience chats with Dr. B and Eddy Gee. Currently assigned to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Agent Blacknell enlightens us on police procedures, training, and interdepartmental interactions among officers of different races. These points of discussion are of particular interest and relevance after controversial police encounters occur. Please listen in, you don’t want to miss this.








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