Tyre Nichols and Police Reform. Today, Mike and Tim welcome a new friend, retired Chief Nicholas Sensley, who heads up The Institute for American Policing Reform (IAPR). Nick talks to Mike and Time about his upbringing and experiences with police as a young African American boy. Why did he want to become a police officer? How did his time in the military speak into it? Despite the fact that the five officers who beat Tyre Nichols to death, was this a racially motivated crime? How do we begin to change this narrative in America? What does the Institute for American Policing Reform do? How can we help?
Mike and Tim begin with an email critique of their condescending tone towards dispensationalism from the previous episode. And, Seth!
The Institute for American Policing Reform (IAPR) can be found here: https://www.americanpolicingreform.org/
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