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Dear Friends and Supporters,

Few responsibilities of government are as critical to the wellbeing of urban areas as policing. Over the past two decades, cities across America—many inspired by the example set by the New York City Police Department—have implemented smarter, proactive policing tactics and seen a dramatic decline in crime. In the wake of recent high-profile, tragic incidents, cities that have developed the ability to keep violence and disorder at bay cannot afford to lose their resolve to fight crime effectively. If they do waver, expect the gravest consequences to result in poor and minority neighborhoods, where crime rates are highest and good policing is most needed.

Lawrence Mone,
President, Manhattan Institute

 


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