New Officers to Walk High-Crime Beats in Chicago

Print More,1,3384538.story?coll=chi%2Dnews%2Dhed Rookie officers will walk beats in high-crime areas to increase police visibility and forge cooperative relationships with local residents, says Chicago Police Superintendent Terry Hillard. The Chicago Tribune says the new policy is one component of a package of “dramatic changes” to fight crime in areas where it takes the biggest toll, said Mayor
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