Chief James Craig of the Detroit Police Department has made headlines with his support of concealed carry and the right to self-defense. On the first anniversary of his swearing-in, Chief Craig reports that the city of Detroit is greatly improved. His top priorities have been to increase officer morale, reduce crime and restore the credibility of the Police Department. Chief Craig describes the significant progress that has made in reducing crime, and the work that remains to be done. Originally aired on NRA News Cam & Co 7/08/14.
The Detroit police chief talks about the progress made during his first year.
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