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September 25th, 2012
Episode 772 of 1250 episodes
How do you balance security and civil rights when protecting New York City, America's most enduring terrorist target? NY Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly discusses the controversial stop and frisk law, the role of technology and police stationed overseas, and publicly announces the expansion of video recording of post-arrest statements.