Quelling The Violence Which Led To Officer’s Deaths
July 8, 2014
Host Steve Walsh takes a step back from the two police shootings in Indiana this weekend to look at some of the short and long term solutions for quelling violence.
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Lawyers for former state Superintendent Tony Bennett appear close on a deal to resolve his ethics complaints. We talk to the reporter who uncovered the original story.
And Indiana’s texting while driving law has not delivered the message lawmakers hoped. We talk to the state police.
Tom LaBianco Associated Press
Captain David R. Bursten, Chief Public Information Officer Indiana State Police
Stephanie Wang Reporter, The Indianapolis Star
Dr. Joseph Ferrandino, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, School of Public and Environmental Affairs Indiana University-Northwest