As The Star’s Editorial Board has tracked each murder in 2014, it has been encouraging to see that innovative crime-reduction efforts could be paying off.
As The Star’s Editorial Board has tracked each murder in 2014, it has been encouraging to see that innovative crime-reduction efforts could be paying off. File photo by Allison Long The Kansas City Star
As The Star’s Editorial Board has tracked each murder in 2014, it has been encouraging to see that innovative crime-reduction efforts could be paying off. File photo by Allison Long The Kansas City Star

New, sharply focused programs could reduce violent crime

August 30, 2014 10:00 AM

UPDATED August 30, 2014 03:00 PM

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