As former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on the neck of George Floyd, several other officers stood by. “If officers would have intervened in the moment, who knows what today would look like,” said Baltimore City Police Commissioner Michael Harrison. It’s a situation the Baltimore Police Department is looking to avoid, by implementing the Ethical Police is Courageous Program, known as EPIC. “This is about changing police culture. Not turning a blind eye to misconduct and stopping misconduct before it even happens,” Harrison said.