Seattle Seahawks NFL football wide receiver Doug Baldwin talks to reporters in November, after he testified in Olympia at a joint legislative task force on the use of deadly force in community policing. Baldwin, whose father was a police officer, has been outspoken on the issues of police training, racial profiling and the use of force by law enforcement officers.
Seattle Seahawks NFL football wide receiver Doug Baldwin talks to reporters in November, after he testified in Olympia at a joint legislative task force on the use of deadly force in community policing. Baldwin, whose father was a police officer, has been outspoken on the issues of police training, racial profiling and the use of force by law enforcement officers. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press
Seattle Seahawks NFL football wide receiver Doug Baldwin talks to reporters in November, after he testified in Olympia at a joint legislative task force on the use of deadly force in community policing. Baldwin, whose father was a police officer, has been outspoken on the issues of police training, racial profiling and the use of force by law enforcement officers. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press

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