The trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin isn’t explicitly about race, but it’s reviving discussions about police use of force and highlighting the deep distrust that can exist between cops and the communities they take an oath to protect. That unease can also fester within police departments themselves. Three Black female cops shared their experiences.
CORRECTION: At 0:05, an illustration shows the state of Georgia, as Shanette is introducing herself, even though she is from Missouri. VICE News regrets the error.
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The Ethical Society of Police said Officer Shanette Hall has played an integral part in the recruitment of minority officers in recent years.