As Murders Rise, Arrests Have Declined Sharply in Chicago

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Amid the city's homicide spike in 2016, the number of arrests in the city has fallen by 28 percent versus last year. Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson suggests the decline is related to policing strategies. “We want to arrest the right people at the right times for the right reasons,” he says. “We cannot arrest our way out of this . . .

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