Bratton Takes Some Credit For LA Crime Turnaround

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William J. Bratton arrived in Los Angeles a year ago promising to make the city the safest in the United States. In a review of Bratton’s year, the Los Angeles Times recalls that after a month on the job, he faced a homicide surge: 16 in five days. “I was extraordinarily frustrated,” Bratton, 56, told
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