Springfield FBI Special Agent In Charge says Law Enforcement deaths hit hard
FBI Director Christopher Wray recently wrote an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal, highlighting a growing number of deaths of law enforcement officers across the country.
When police are miscast as lacking humanity—devoid of empathy and compassion—everyone suffers, writes Christopher Wray. Departments lose good officers who are hard to replace, and communities are less safe. https://t.co/kocubaUtw9— Wall Street Journal Opinion (@WSJopinion) January 14, 2022
In this edition of InFocus, WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with FBI Springfield Special Agent in Charge David Nanz about how those deaths affect law enforcement as a whole.