Karen: If I were a black male student at South Carolina's Benedict College and I asked you, Julian Castro, if I were your son, what advice would you give me the next time, I'm pulled over by police officers. What would you tell me?
Julian: The first thing that I would say, is that it's unfortunate that anybody even has to have that conversation. What I would say is, that's why I'm running for president. To change that, so that we don't have to have that conversation. And I hope people will check out my police reform plan on my website because I was the first candidate and the boldest candidate, to come out with a police reform plan.
Julian: Out of all the candidates running, and folks can look at the record, I have been the most direct. I have been the boldest. I have been the most specific, on how we can reform our police departments. From a national use of force standards, to banning racial profiling, banning stop-and-frisk, demilitarizing our police and getting rid of qualified immunity, so that we can hold officers that engage in excess force, accountable in civil courts. As well as, better recruiting and training, so that our police force actually looks like the people that they have to work with everyday and police.
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