How do police officers feel about the “hands up, don’t shoot” narrative, Al Sharpton and more?

Jesse Watters visited the NJ State PBA 2015 Mini-Convention in Atlantic City to find out.

Watch the full video above, and see highlights below.

Watters: How does the “hands up, don’t shoot” narrative make you feel?

“It’s sad ‘cause I don’t come to work with any type of intentional bias or anything like that.”

“It’s their right I guess to protest or whatever. Is it accurate? No, it’s 100 percent not accurate.”

“I think it’s absolutely ridiculous […] factually, no one had their hands up.”

Watters: Does Sharpton’s “rabble rousing” make your job harder?

“Exponentially harder. He’s someone who just goes out there and, you know, riles people up.”

Watters: Has Obama been fair in his treatment of police departments?

“It’s not very encouraging when the guy in the White House is not behind you.”

“[It’s] unprecedented for a sitting president to openly criticize 900,000 law enforcement officials across the country.”

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