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GLT Series
GLT's nationally award winning five part investigative series on the issues at the heart of tension between citizens who say they are mistreated by law enforcement and the police who must balance combating crime with balancing individual rights.

Part Five: MAPPing Out A Solution

In the mostly minority Ferguson, Missouri neighborhood where Michael Brown lived, residents have taken what they call a pro-active approach to monitoring police. A group called "We Copwatch" donated cameras to neighborhood residents so they can record police interactions. Nearly 14 years ago, leaders in McLean County tackled the issue of minority-police relationships using a different approach. GLT's Jon Norton has more in the 5th and final part of the GLT News investigative series "Police and Race in the Twin Cities."

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