Chicago Will Boost Police Technology to Fight Crime

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Chicago police have made arrests in fewer than a quarter of last year's homicides, says the University of Chicago Crime Lab. Of the more than 2,700 cases in which someone was shot but not killed, only about 5 percent have led to a suspect in custody. There are myriad ideas about how Chicago’s police can turn the tide, reports The Trace. One . . .

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