Atlanta Police, In “Extreme Disrepair,” Revamped

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http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/atlanta/0803/06pennington.html Saying that much of the Atlanta Police Department has "fallen into a state of extreme disrepair," Police Chief Richard Pennington yesterday announced a major restructuring of the department he took over a year ago, says the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The changes call for detectives who work burglaries, auto thefts, residential robberies, assaults, and larcenies to move from police headquarters to each of the six precincts throughout the city. "You're going to get better . . .

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