Phoenix police Trump rally report: Communication with public could be improved
CLOSE Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams talks with Republic reporter Megan Cassidy about the aftermath of President Donald Trump's rally in downtown Phoenix. Thomas Hawthorne/azcentral.com
A Phoenix police internal investigation found officers could have better communicated with protesters at an August rally for President Donald Trump, an initially peaceful event that ended in police deploying pepper spray and non-lethal projectiles against a crowd of thousands.
In a memo to Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher accompanying the report Monday, police Chief Jeri Williams said she accepted the... read more
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