Can High-Tech Tools Really Cut Chicago Violence?

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In a room crammed with computer screens, Chicago police officers monitor high-tech tools that could hold the key to calming surging crime in the most violent neighborhoods, the Wall Street Journal reports. On one screen, they see a live feed from a surveillance camera of a drug deal happening on a street corner. With a few clicks, they can pull up mug . . .

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