NYPD's Bratton: Healing Rift With de Blasio Will Be 'Painful Process'
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It will be a "painful process" to heal the rifts between police and the community as well as between police and Mayor Bill de Blasio, says New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton. "It's going to require a lot of hard work, a lot less rhetoric and a lot more dialogue," Bratton said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." [Full Story]
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NYPD's Bratton: Healing Rift With de Blasio Will Be 'Painful Process'
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