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Murder in America: What Makes Cities Safer, Wall Street Journal

Murder in America: What Makes Cities Safer, Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal highlights HACLA and LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership Program.  Watts and the housing developments have seen a dramatic decrease in crime thanks to an unprecedented level of participation among government agencies, residents and non-profit organizations.

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