NEW YORK (CBSMiami/AP) — The president of the NAACP is calling for policies, not handwringing, in the wake of a deadly attack on police in Dallas.READ MORE: FBI: Body Found Near Search Area For Missing Florida Woman Gabby Petito Consistent With Her Description
Cornell William Brooks made the comment in an interview Friday on “CBS This Morning.” He says that includes establishing a national standard for excessive use of force and federal laws that address police accountability and community trust.READ MORE: Massive Search Underway For Brian Laundrie, Fiancé Of Missing Florida Woman Gabby Petito
Five officers were killed and seven others injured in Dallas on Thursday during a protest over fatal police shootings of black men this week in Louisiana and Minnesota.
Brooks says citizens are afraid and capturing more fatal shootings by police on video due to a minority of officers “who defile the profession by their conduct.”MORE NEWS: MDPD Seeking Driver Who Hit, Killed Man Riding Mini Scooter In Florida City
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