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Police in front of Progressive Field stand guard during demonstrations in reaction to Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo being acquitted of manslaughter charges after he shot two people at the end of a 2012 car chase in which officers fired 137 shots May 23, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Ricky Rhodes/Getty Images)
Police in front of Progressive Field stand guard during demonstrations in reaction to Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo being acquitted of manslaughter charges after he shot two people at the end of a 2012 car chase in which officers fired 137 shots May 23, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Ricky Rhodes/Getty Images)
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All eyes are on Cleveland this week during the Republican National Convention. Given concerns about security, the Cleveland Police Department is the focus of attention, especially after the police shooting of Tamir Rice in 2014 and a Department of Justice review last year that found the department has displayed a pattern of excessive use of force.

Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with a current police captain and a former police officer who are facing the challenge of reform as part of their work with the Cleveland Police Foundation.
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Guests

Keith Sulzer, Cleveland police captain and Bob Guttu, retired Cleveland police officer and community partnership coordinator for the Cleveland Police Foundation.

This segment aired on July 19, 2016.

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