Tale of A “Remarkable Public Safety Turnaround” in CA

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Urban police chiefs typically last only four or five years in office. Chris Magnus’s tenure in Richmond, Ca., lasted twice that long, reports the Washington Monthly. By the time he left the blue-collar city of 110,000 across the bay from San Francisco last year to become chief in Tucson, he had improved public safety by repairing relations with a majority-minority community long estranged from the . . .

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