Charleston police chief cuts crime in half

May 1996
Jet;5/20/96, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p32
Reports that police chief Reuben Greenberg has cut crime rates in Charleston, South Carolina. Greenberg's policies in the city; Greenberg's program that allows parents who want to spank their children to do so at a police station; Investigation on the children that had been filed complaints against their parents for abuse because of punishment.


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