Weve hired young responsible, articulate, idealistic people from very different backgrounds with very different professional and personal experiences, she continued. Its very exciting to see. Theyll make our department so much more effective. In her response to a follow-up question from Princeton Council member Heather Howard, who is also a lecturer in public affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School, Ms. OToole stated that the use-of-force policy that requires de-escalation applies in Princeton as well as in Seattle and other towns and cities throughout the country. She stated that new policies and new training and acceptance of change are critical at this point. Princeton Police Chief Nick Sutter, who applauded the excellent forum, echoed Ms. OTooles message, observing that her proposals have been implemented in Princeton and are consistent with best practices as outlined in President Obamas report on 21st Century Policing. that siteMr. his responseSutter summed up the comments made by Chief OToole, and also by retired Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey, who spoke later in the day on the philosophy that the police are the public and the public are the police. Without collaboration and trust, neither can be successful. Forum moderator Ben Jealous, former president and CEO of the NAACP, now visiting professor at Princeton University, also emphasized the necessity for all factions to work together to make a functional relationship between the police and the communities most in need. He added, The point is we are all Americans. They are all American children and all our responsibility.
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