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  • Don’t fear monger over narrow measures of crime

    The New York Times - 06/05/2015

    It is hasty and reckless to warn of a coming crime wave and blame it on cops becoming tentative in face of criticism over police shootings of unarmed black citizens. Termed the “Ferguson effect,” Heather Mac Donald and others are suggesting that, because of growing animosity toward law enforcement in minority communities, the police are retreating from the proactive tactics that for years were so successful in suppressing the crime problem all across America.

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