http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/news/local/6717596.htm Philadelphia has eased up on the grilling of police captains under its version of the accountability program known as CompStat, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. In CompStat, police captains from across the city are questioned each Thursday by top department officials about crime trends on their turf. Under Police Commissioner Sylvester Johnson, the meetings are shorter, the tone is friendlier, and captains are told in advance what they'll be asked about. The Inquirer says that Johnson . . .
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