Crime stoppers

Howard, Lucy; Koehl, Carla
March 1995
Newsweek;3/6/1995, Vol. 125 Issue 10, p6
Comments on politicians' push for more capital punishment to show they're tough on crime, and lists the primary focus for police chiefs for ways to prevent violent crime. Reducing drug abuse; Better economy, more jobs; Simplifying court rules; More.


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