Verdict Still Out on NYC ‘Neighborhood Policing’

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Four years after critics predicted lawlessness if Bill de Blasio became New York City mayor, he comes before voters with a record of keeping crime at bay. Murders stand at 242, on pace to be the lowest on record, the New York Times reports. De Blasio should win re-election Tuesday easily. He came to office critical of past policing practices and promising reforms . . .

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