Nine months before Nashville Officer Andrew Delke shot and killed Daniel Hambrick, he was criticized by his supervisors. But not for use of force. It was a night when Delke didn’t pull his gun.
The lives of two 25-year-old men — one a white police officer, the other a black man with a criminal history — change forever after meeting at a Nashville intersection.
Are police officers trained to kill? Find out on episode 2 of Deadly Force.
When Officer Andrew Delke takes the stand, he won’t be the only one on trial; the police department, the city of Nashville, and their long, often messy struggle for civil rights, will also be front and center.
Police reform is never quick or easy.
Metro Nashville Police Officer Andrew Delke was back in court in mid-June for the third in a series of hearings leading up to his murder trial in July.