Does Bogotá Have Antiviolence Lessons for Chicago?

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Should Chicago emulate Bogotá, Colombia, whose homicide rate declined from 81 per 100,000 in 1993 (about twice as high as Baltimore) to 17.6 in 2015 (lower than Chicago in 2016)? Chicago magazine reports on what Bogotá did. Among its measures: creating family police stations to deal with domestic violence, hiring at-risk people to work for  the city . . .

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