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Looking for clues
Does improved policing deserve the credit for NYCís sharp drop in crime?

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Mop-up operation
Crime-scene cleanup is big business.

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Send in the calvary
Violence-plagued cities get help from state police units.

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Mad as hell
Citizen outrage over crime & drugs turns to direct action.

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Try, try again
State Police once again get the call to Gary, Ind.

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Truth & DARE
Two Washington cities shelve the popular anti-drug curriculum.

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Making waves
Radio distribution plan riles Columbus cops.

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The Feds go marching in
NYPD expands successful anti-drug drive, with some help.

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Not in a hurry?
New numbers to dial for non-emergency calls.

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International crime
Is the INS granting citizenship without proper background checks?

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The eyes have it
DC homicide detectives have trouble rounding up witnesses.

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Hairy predicament
NYPD moves ahead with hair-shaft drug testing.

What do Angelenos fear?
Turns out itís speeders more than gang violence.

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Hire ground
County PD seeks to screen rapists from the ranks.

The right to bear art
Recycled munitions turn into artwork.

Attitude Adjustment
Richmond, Va., study looks at the attitudes & performance of community policing officers.

The check is in the mail
Postal workers are targeted for crime two days a month.

People & Places
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Talking the talk
Orange blossom
IACPís new leader
USDA choice
One chief bottoms out, another takes one step down

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Midwest
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Southwest
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