Community Conversation: How the police can maintain the public trust

Written by on July 3, 2020

Community Conversation: How the police can maintain the public trust

July 3, 2020

Lehigh Valley Public Media’s Monica Evans and Ed Angelo, a local Criminal Defense Attorney.

The police motto is, “To Protect and Serve,” but many in our local community believe police forces are falling short of that standard. 

Lehigh Valley Public Media’s Monica Evans recently spoke with activists, law enforcement and legal experts for the PBS39 program “Community Conversation: Policing the Police. ” 

The special explores how the police can maintain public trust, especially in the midst of current events. Here is a portion of her discussion with Dr. Hasshan Batts of Promise Neighborhoods, Pennsylvania State Police Trooper John Scott and Criminal Defense Attorney Ed Angelo. 

That was Criminal Defense Attorney Ed Angelo along with  Dr. Hasshan Batts of Promise Neighborhoods and Pennsylvania State Police Trooper John Scott speaking with Lehigh Valley Public Media’s Monica Evans about how the police can maintain public trust in the midst of current events. You can watch the one-hour special — “Community Conversation: Policing the Police” — online at PBS39.org

The Panelist included:

Glenn Granitz – Allentown Police Chief

Ettore Angelo – Criminal Defense Attorney

Mark Pinsley – Lehigh County Controller

Dr. Hasshan Batts – Promise Neighborhoods

John Scott – Pennsylvania State Police Trooper


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