CHELSEA, MASSACHUSETTS, USA21. MAI 2021QUELLE: AFPTV1. Verfolgungsfahrt Officer Jose Rodriguez and Patrolman Paul McCarthy approach an apartment building for a wellness check on a woman whose mother was afraid for her safety2. Halbnahe Officer Jose Rodriguez and Patrolman McCarthy perform a wellness check; a woman answers the door but is not the person they were looking for; the person appears incapacitated3. Halbnahe Officer Jose Rodriguez and Patrolman McCarthy perform a wellness check4. O-TON 1 - Jose Rodriguez, officer, Chelsea Police Department (Mann, English, 17 Sek.): 'I know a few people who have retired. Part of it is because they were in that window, but another part of it is because they didn’t want to deal with liability in this kind of day in this profession given the recent events, all the negative light on us.'5. Halbnahe Officer Jose Rodriguez in his cruiser stops a man whom he says is a gang member who was speeding in his car; Rodriguez asks him why he was driving so fast6. O-TON 2 - Jose Rodriguez, officer, Chelsea Police Department (Mann, English, 11 Sek.): 'There definitely is a distrust in the public. And I think cameras will actually help us out more by wearing them and just really being transparent ourselves. Even though we're always vocal about what we're doing and why we're doing it, I think that's going to be a key role in kind of showing our community what we're actually up to.'7. Halbnahe Officer Jose Rodriguez and Patrolman McCarthy perform a wellness check8. O-TON 3 - Paul McCarthy, patrolman, Chelsea Police Department (Mann, English, 25 Sek.): 'I think there’s a very small percentage of police throughout the country who are bad cops – and those cops need to be dealt with and gotten rid of. But I feel the majority of us are out here doing the right thing for the right reasons and trying to help everybody, no matter the color of their skin, their religion, or their sexual orientation. None of that matters. What matters is keeping everyone safe and being fair and following the law.'