Compstat Spreads Nationwide, Sometimes Diluted

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New York City’s Compstat program of police commander accountability is spreading nationwide, often via former New York officers, says the New York Times. Beyond well-known chiefs John Timoney in Miami and William Bratton in Los Angeles, the technique has been adopted in cities ranging from Baltimore to the Boston suburb of Newton. “It’s culture shock,”
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