How Police Can Save More Lives—and Take Fewer: A Playboy Conversation with Norm Stamper

Norm Stamper, a former cop who served for more than three decades and rounded out his law-enforcement career as Seattle’s chief of police, is one of America’s most vital authorities on police brutality and reform. In summer 2016 he published his second book, To Protect and Serve, and contributed an essay entitled “Fix the Police” to our July/August Freedom Issue. We were delighted to host him last year here in Oakland! 

How Police Can Save More Lives—and Take Fewer: A Playboy Conversation with Norm Stamper