2016 was Chicago’s most violent year in nearly two decades, with more murders than New York and Los Angeles combined. But the city has made impressive strides toward becoming a safer place – and Englewood is leading the way.
— Read on www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2018/0808/Despite-spike-in-shootings-a-Chicago-community-gets-a-handle-on-violence
This is an nice article about how Englewood has reduced crime and made it safer for the community. Part of the solution is the partnership between the police and the Englewood community.
I would like to see an analysis of Chicago’s crime problem to see what the causes are. That way a menu of crime-fighting strategies can be developed and implemented further attacking the violent crime problem.
That fact that Englewood has made improvements to its crime problem is promising.