Baltimore City Crime Crackdown Plan Calls On Police To Regain Public’s Trust
Taking it out of City Hall and onto the street. That’s what Baltimore’s mayor and top cop did Tuesday to sell an expanded crime crackdown. <strong>Alex DeMetrick</strong> reports that in order for the plan to work, police will have to win over neighborhoods that don’t always trusts in the cops.
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