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Photographer Jae C. Hong: Police Shootings Black Recruit

Renata Phillip, Biscailuz Regional Training Center, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy

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Categories: Police, Law enforcement agencies, Government and politics; People: Renata Phillip Location: Monterey Park, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES
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APTOPIX Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Friday, July 29, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip, center, trains with Steve Erickson during a defensive tactics class at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Phillip is one of just two black women in her class of 84 recruits. More than half are men and most are white or Hispanic. Only three recruits out of every 100 will make it to graduation, said Capt. Scott Gage, who's in charge of training at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Tuesday, July 19, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip pauses for photos at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Last August, 11 years into her career as a teacher, Phillip made a drastic change. She decided to quit teaching and become a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016 photo, probationary Los Angeles Police Officer Asia Hardy plays with her daughter, 4-year-old Mali Hudson outside her home in Altadena, Calif. Hardy says she wanted to become a police officer and patrol one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Los Angeles to serve as an example to other black people. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Friday, July 29, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip, top, trains with Robert Nichols during a defensive tactics class at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Phillip is one of just two black women in her class of 84 recruits. More than half are men and most are white or Hispanic. Only three recruits out of every 100 will make it to graduation, said Capt. Scott Gage, who's in charge of training at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Tuesday, July 19, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip draws a weapon during her training at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Phillip is one of just two black women in her class of 84 recruits. More than half are men and most are white or Hispanic. Only three recruits out of every 100 will make it to graduation, said Capt. Scott Gage, who's in charge of training at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Friday, July 29, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip, center, trains with David Pascual, left, and Robert Nichols during a defensive tactics class at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Phillip is one of just two black women in her class of 84 recruits. More than half are men and most are white or Hispanic. Only three recruits out of every 100 will make it to graduation, said Capt. Scott Gage, who's in charge of training at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Tuesday, July 19, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip, right, listens to recruit training officer Sean Essex at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Phillip hopes to be an example to those who’ve never dealt with a black law enforcement officer. “If I can have a positive experience with someone and maybe help them change their mind, why not?” she said. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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APTOPIX Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Tuesday, July 19, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip stands still while waiting for her training to start at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Phillip was 11 years into a satisfying teaching career when she shocked her friends and family last August by deciding to make a drastic career change: become a police officer. Her decision came amid growing concern over police tactics in the wake of a number of deaths at the hands of officers of unarmed black men across the country. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Friday, July 29, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip looks away during a defensive tactics class at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Last August, 11 years into her career as a teacher, Phillip made a drastic change. She decided to quit teaching and become a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Friday, July 29, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip, center, listens to an instructor during a defensive tactics class at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Phillip is one of just two black women in her class of 84 recruits. More than half are men and most are white or Hispanic. Only three recruits out of every 100 will make it to graduation, said Capt. Scott Gage, who's in charge of training at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Tuesday, July 19, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip, third from right, listens to a lecture in a classroom at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Phillip is one of just two black women in her class of 84 recruits. More than half are men and most are white or Hispanic. Only three recruits out of every 100 will make it to graduation, said Capt. Scott Gage, who's in charge of training at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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APTOPIX Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Tuesday, July 19, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip is reflected in a side mirror while sitting in a sheriff's vehicle during her training at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Last August, 11 years into her career as a teacher, Phillip made a drastic change. She decided to quit teaching and become a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy. Her decision came amid growing concern over police tactics in the wake of a number of deaths at the hands of officers of unarmed black men across the country. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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Police Shootings Black Recruit
In this Tuesday, July 19, 2016 photo, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy recruit Renata Phillip sits in a sheriff's vehicle during her training at the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park, Calif. Last August, 11 years into her career as a teacher, Phillip made a drastic change. She decided to quit teaching and become a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy. Her decision came amid growing concern over police tactics in the wake of a number of deaths at the hands of officers of unarmed black men across the country. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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