Captain Montgomery County PD Talks Community Relationships | PD Stories Podcast #202 | A&E

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Captain Sonia Pruitt is the first African-American woman ranked as Chief of the Montgomery County Police Department, she joins Tom Morris Jr. for an important conversation about the future of police and community relationships in this clip from PD Stories Podcast #202. *This episode was recorded on 9/9/19. #PDStories
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21 thoughts on “Captain Montgomery County PD Talks Community Relationships | PD Stories Podcast #202 | A&E

  1. This FOOL better get it straight that the "Black Lives Matter" organization is a MARXIST organization and they ARE NOT FOR black women, black men, or Americans in general bcs they are a MARXIST organization!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And she should know better, as most of you ALL should know better than to even say, "Black Lives Matter," bcs the second you do, you just said, by inference, that all other lives DON'T MATTER and that, my dear black police officer, is BS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WAKE THE HECK UP, AMERICA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. The only thing bothers me in this interview, that she talks about that: as a black female police officer they should have their own group, cos now they group up with either black male officers, or white female officers. Thats where I see the problems. How about they group up with other police officers regardless of colour or race or gender??? Im pretty sure that if a white police officer would have said this that would come off as racist. Racism only gonna stop if finaly the black community also stops thinking in colours. How bout that?

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