A renewed call to action that's already standard practice for most of the po-po but a nice reminder of good intentions.
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The Jackson County Deputies Association, chapter three said it is in full support of the policy. “Duty to intervene of course doesn’t have color or gender associated with it,” said Sheriff Forte. “We just want people to do the right thing that’s morally and legally the right thing to do.”
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LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. - Jackson County Sheriff Darryl Forté said his own deputies have an obligation to hold each other accountable. It's called The Duty to Intervene Policy. "Duty to intervene was the only way that George Floyd would still be alive today," Haile Sims, member with Advocacy and Awareness Group: Johnson County said.