As Murders Rise, Does Chicago Suspect Database Work?

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Three years ago, the Chicago Police Department began compiling a database of people it deemed to be at risk of killing or being killed. Individuals in the database started receiving unannounced visits by law enforcement officials, sometimes accompanied by community activists and clergy, doing a well-being check of the proactive kind, says the Chicago Tribune in an . . .

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