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Resource ID: #21441
Subject: Police
Source: New York Times
Date: 1990-12-15


This story is abut the New York City police expansion plan, which turns out to be more beneficial to precincts and neighborhoods that are already pretty safe. The NY Times analysis found disparities between levels of violent crime and the percentage of additional officers that would be assigned. Police officials say that the new assignments are still appropriate, because violent crime is not the only factor in deciding deployments. Ultimately, the plan was delayed anyway because of the legislators' indecision.

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