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"From the Ted Talk by Tracie Keesee: How police and the public can create safer neighborhoods together"

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And that we know, in order to have great relationships and relationships built on trust, that we're going to have to have communication. And in this advent and this text of the world that we've got going on, trying to do this with social _____, it's a very _________ thing to do. We also have to examine our _______ policing practices, and we have to set those things aside that no longer _____ us. So, in New York, that meant "stop, question and frisk." That meant really holding up the numbers as opposed to relationships. And it really didn't allow the officers the opportunity to get to know the community in which they serve. But you see, there is a better way. And we know — it's called ____________.

Solution

  1. serve
  2. difficult
  3. media
  4. current
  5. coproduction

Original Text

And that we know, in order to have great relationships and relationships built on trust, that we're going to have to have communication. And in this advent and this text of the world that we've got going on, trying to do this with social media, it's a very difficult thing to do. We also have to examine our current policing practices, and we have to set those things aside that no longer serve us. So, in New York, that meant "stop, question and frisk." That meant really holding up the numbers as opposed to relationships. And it really didn't allow the officers the opportunity to get to know the community in which they serve. But you see, there is a better way. And we know — it's called coproduction.

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