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Mar 2, 2021

Join Sgt. Tom Datro and his Guest Jonathan Aronie Chair, Georgetown Law/Sheppard Mullin ABLE Project Board of Advisors and Government Talks Attorney as the discuss “data-backed” police trainings like: ABLE: Active Bystandardship for Law Enforcement and how it works. They also talk about how sleep may be a key factor in good and bad policing in America. 

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Police lessons learned from the death of George Floyd 
  • The ABLE training system
  • Why Aronie says he believes “bias training doesn’t work” 
  • What impact did the sit in at Woolworths have on the civil rights movement?
  • Why sleep deprivation is the biggest not talked about problem


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