Opinion: Ex-Commish with the Dish

Cops have never been so blue.


“The morale has never been as low as it is right now in the 50 years I’ve been dealing with it,” says Bill Bratton, the top cop who transformed the police departments in New York and Los Angeles, only to watch much of that progress go up in smoke.


I Zoomed with Bratton about his new memoir, “The Profession,” the day after President Biden met in the Oval Office with George Floyd’s family, a poignant image that capped another year of intense debate and soul-searching about why Black Americans are still treated so differently by the police.


More from Maureen Dowd in The New York Times here.


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