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Police chiefs speak about implication of death of George Floyd

Avon and Somerset Police's Chief Constable, Andy Marsh, has said he feels "ashamed" to share the same occupation as the Minneapolis officer who killed George Floyd.

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Date - 2nd June 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
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Two UK chief constables have spoken about how the death of George Floyd in the US following his arrest has impacted on public confidence in policing in other countries. Avon and Somerset chief constable Andy Marsh said he felt ashamed to share the...
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