Can Community Policing Help Prevent Tragedy?

A recent article by Cleveland.com/Northeast Ohio Media Group reporter Mark Naymik delves into a bit of what could have been. Notably, the park that was the site of the Tamir Rice tragedy used to be one of the 40 locations of the now defunct “mini station” program. One of the many now defunct community policing efforts of the past. Could this or the other programs have helped?

Read on at Cleveland.com

 


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