Former Police Chief: ‘We’re Seeing Too Many Of These Incidents’

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As investigators work to uncover details of the San Jose rail yard shooting, the Santa Clara County sheriff says the situation could have been much worse. Former member of President Obama’s 21st Century Policing Task Force, Cedric Alexander, joins News NOW to discuss what investigators are focusing on and how law enforcement can prevent future mass shootings.» Subscribe to NBC News:

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Former Police Chief: ‘We’re Seeing Too Many Of These Incidents’

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