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After riots and accusations of institutuional racism, Ferguson, Missouri swears in African-American police chief

The Missouri city of Ferguson, site of protests after the 2014 shooting of a black teen by a white police officer, has sworn in a new police chief. Delrish Moss will head a mostly-white police force in a community that is two-thirds black.

Most recently the supervisor of public information and community relations for the Miami Police Department in Florida, Moss, 51, was sworn-in as Ferguson police chief on Monday afternoon.  Read more.


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