ISP Superintendent Concerned that Police are Being Demonized

The superintendent of the Indiana State Police is concerned that police are being demonized, and said in an interview with IndyPolitics, that he’s never seen the police profession as demoralized as it is right now, with calls around the country to defund police departments.

State Police Superintendent Doug Carter acknowledged that he has work to do on the culture of the department he runs, particularly with race issues.

But he said he is willing to do the work.

His concern is that people may believe that an entire profession is bad because of what some wrong cops have done.