Sponsored by ABC and PBS, it sought to provide an open discourse from both perspectives with former police chiefs on one end and victims of police brutality on the other.
The main source of contention was no-knock raids; those involving utmost secrecy in the name of 'strategy'.
Complete darkness, early hours of the morning, and without announcement, a SWAT team breaks open your door and begins tearing through your house.
Sometimes it's the wrong house, often it's against a non-violent offender, and sometimes the homeowner fights back thinking the police are a burglar. People die.