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Cops Should Work in Schools?

From the Sun Times Letters to the Editor, this idea : Regarding police and public relations in Chicago: Would it be such a bad idea to have new recruits work in the neighborhood schools that they will be dispatched to before they take to the streets as official cops? If the police and neighbors have a little history good or bad, it would be a start to getting to know each other better.
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