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How is Chicago's new Superintendent of Police managing crime and safety?
After five months on the job how does the police executive in America's second largest city police organization balance everyday work with the Occupy Movement in Grant Park, gang crime, and politics? And how might academic research on gangs, guns and social networks influence operations and policy?
A discussion of Crime, Saftey, Gangs, and Policing in Chicago was held at Land Hall in the Belfer Building at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) on November 2, 2011 and was also available via live webcast.
This event featured: