Low Support for Police Found In High-Crime, Minority Areas

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Far fewer than half of those living in high-crime, low-income parts of six cities in a federally-sponsored project believe that police officers are responsive to community concerns and are held accountable for misconduct, say results of a new survey. The data were collected in the National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice, which is sponsored by the U.S. Justice Department in Birmingham, Al., Ft. Worth, Gary, In., Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, and Stockton, Ca. Communities where the . . .

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