Wilmington, De., Shootings Up; Ramsey Criticized

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Since leaving as Philadelphia police commissioner, Charles Ramsey has traveled the U.S. working with universities and think tanks, and consulting for cities struggling with violent crime. In Wilmington, De., where shootings continued to rise after Ramsey completed a $112,000 contract, some are questioning whether the city's money was well spent. Ramsey was awarded the contract by then-Mayor Dennis Williams to address the rising number of shootings, including 26 gun homicides in 2015 in a city of . . .

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