Recently, more New Hampshire police departments have been acquiring the controversial armored truck, called the BearCat, causing outrage among some groups concerned about civil liberties and what they see as an increasingly militarized police force. But officers say they increasingly face deadly threats and that these methods help protect them and the public.
- John Duvall: Chief of the Concord Police Department.
- Devon Chafee: Executive Director of the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union
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