David Couper was Chief of the Madison, Wisconsin Police Department for more than twenty years. Though he's spent much of the past two decades in the ministry, he continues to care deeply about police work and police culture. In his new book "Arrested Development" he talks about his years of service. He says that less than one percent of police departments require college degrees from their officers. If he could change only one thing, that would be it. In this uncut interview with Jim Fleming, he relates his argument.