There is no question - tensions abound between many young people, particularly African American males - and the police. Nationwide we see the results - Missouri, Florida, California, even here in Hampton Roads there have been highly publicized confrontations - and some of them come to a deadly end. African American parents have had "the talk" with their sons and daughters about how to act and react when stopped by police, and there have been several public events lately teaching young people how not to be confrontational. But what about the police side of the story? Are they overreacting because of misplaced fear? Are there racial overtones to every police stop? What are police doing to make sure their ranks represent the community? Law enforcement leadership joins us with some perspective on the next Another View - Chief Michael Goldsmith, Norfolk Police Department; Chief Kelvin Wright, Chesapeake Police Department; Chief Cedric Alexander, President, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) and Lieutenant Daniel Edwards, Durham, NC Police Department.. Join us for healing conversation about race and law enforcement on the next Another View, Friday, October 17 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog!