Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police chief Kerr Putney told the city council that distrust of police makes it harder for investigators to solve crime, contributing to crime increases. A YWCA of Central Carolinas forum address race and policing on Nov. 12.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police chief Kerr Putney told the city council that distrust of police makes it harder for investigators to solve crime, contributing to crime increases. A YWCA of Central Carolinas forum address race and policing on Nov. 12. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police chief Kerr Putney told the city council that distrust of police makes it harder for investigators to solve crime, contributing to crime increases. A YWCA of Central Carolinas forum address race and policing on Nov. 12. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

Forum tackles tough issue of race and policing in Charlottte

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