D.C. Uses Its Version Of Compstat Every Weekday

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The meetings begin every day at Washington, D.C., police headquarters with a rapid-fire rundown of the most recent crimes in the city; then the attention shifts to the police commanders who are supposed to be doing something about it, reports the Washington Post, which was allowed to observe recent sessions. For 90 minutes each weekday,
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