Charlotte Council Kills ‘No-Go’ Crime Zone Idea

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The Charlotte City Council's public safety committee this week killed the idea of creating “public safety zones,” which would have allowed police to prohibit criminals from entering crime-prone areas, reports the city’s Observer. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Chief Kerr Putney said the so-called no-go zones would have served to “stigmatize a community.” The idea was the brainchild
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