Policing with minority perspectives in mind

Keizer Police Chief John Teague (right) welcomes two new police officers to the Keizer Police Department.

Thirty years ago, Keizer Police Chief John Teague had his worldview reset when an acquaintance told him he saw a “black man” in the mirror every morning. 

“I found it remarkable that his race was that prevalent to him,” said Teague, who is white. In the aftermath of . . .

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