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After a reckoning over policing in America, 30 recruits enroll at the academy
After a reckoning over policing in America, 30 recruits enroll at the academy
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  1. KeVonn Mabon, center, decides when to pull the trigger during role-based training.
    By acting out real-life scenarios, coaches show students how to clear a building, when to pull a gun.
  2. At the academy, Brittany Moody is punched, kicked and thrown down, but she rarely complains.
    Some police cadets would rather do anything else than talk to strangers.
  3. Jul. 12• Investigations & Narratives
    Brittany Moody takes a defensive tactics final exam.
    After a reckoning over policing in America, 30 recruits enroll at the academy
  4. More than anything, Hannah Anhalt feared being pepper-sprayed.
    You have to fight back, even if you can’t open your eyes.
  5. Becoming a cop “sounds scary,” says Hannah Anhalt, who has never been in a fight. Her fiancé worries about her. Her dad keeps telling her, “You could still be a Realtor.”
    After a summer of outcries over policing, 30 cadets enroll at the St. Petersburg academy.
  6. Sherry Sacino and Willie James Bryant see each other for the first time in decades, during lunch at the Columbia Restaurant. Sacino and Bryant met in rural, 1960s South Carolina, where Sacino’s parents owned a gas station at which Bryant worked.
    In the 1960s, in the rural South, they’d made an improbable duo.
  7. Skimmers at St. Pete Beach on Friday, June 11, 2021.
    An Audubon volunteer stewardship program protects threatened species during breeding season.
  8. Writer Diane Daniel was sad, scared and angry when her hometown of Largo voted to fire its transgender city manager 14 years ago. Now, she says, it's time for officials to right a past wrong.
    One woman thinks so, and during Pride Month, she reached out to officials.
  9. Lorraine Gray has been volunteering at the Gulfport Senior Center for five years.
    Volunteers reach out to shut-ins to make sure they’re okay and to offer companionship.
  10. Andrew Kindt, 41, St. Petersburg, stands on his boat near the Sunshine Skyway bridge. Kindt was fishing in the area seen in the background in August when 25-year-old Mitchell Martin jumped from the bridge. Kindt stayed with the body until first responders arrived. Construction has finally begun on a long-awaited barrier to prevent suicidal people from jumping off the iconic bridge.
    A fisherman saw Mitchell Martin plunge to his death. He stayed with the body, said a prayer and now has forged a connection with the Martin family.

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