ACLU of Delaware legal director Richard Morse recently participated in a panel discussion at Widener Law School.

Hosted by the school's Black Law Student Association, the panel focused on how to create trust between police and the community. The discussion covered such topics as police body cameras and increased transparency around discipline of officers.

Other members of the panel included Nicole Barkley, an assistant dean and multicultural affairs officer at Widener Law, attorney Leon Williams and Wilmington Police Chief Bobby Cummings.

The News Journal's coverage of the discussion is attached below.