In this week’s episode of “Professional Confessional,” retired police officer and author of “Police Brutality Matters” Joseph Ested shares some secrets behind one of the world’s most dangerous jobs. Hear about his split-second decision that saved a life and why he believes patience is the key behind every successful pursuit. The former officer also shares his ideas on how he thinks the nation can lessen the strong divide that currently exists between the public and police, including the importance of taking accountability for “bad policing.”

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