Saturation Patrols Help Cut Chicago Murders

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One year after Chicago started anticrime strategies–including flooding “hot spot” neighborhoods with cops–homicides and shootings are down sharply, says the Chicago Tribune. Killings have dropped nearly 22 percent aned nonfatal shootings are down 36 percent. Police Superintendent Philip Cline said the “saturation patrols” assigned to the hottest spots in the city are the key. “That’s
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