- Cedric L. Alexander: We hear about angry electorate that feels neglected by government
- Law enforcement represents the government for most of the public, he says
- Alexander: Candidates should be asked about promoting better police-community relations
Cedric L. Alexander is a CNN law enforcement analyst and director of public safety at the DeKalb County Police Department in Georgia. He is a former national president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives. The views expressed are his own.
(CNN)There have been plenty of questions asked of the five remaining presidential contenders -- on immigration, foreign policy and even what bathrooms people should be allowed to use. So why is it, as we get ready for another primary Tuesday, we haven't found the time to ask them the three most important questions?