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Community Policing Is A Joint Effort

The killer or killers of 16 year-old Jericho Scott, buried 4/25/15, and of 16 year-old Torrence Gamble, killed 4/3/2014, are still walking the streets of NH. So are the killers of Javier Martinez, age 18, buried Jan. 3, 2014, and of Durell Law, age 20, killed 1/20/2014. Evil thrives when people of goodwill do nothing. We deserve better; our community deserves better.  Please read and share the complete blog linked here: http://oneworldpi.org/blog/archives/2714

  

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Comment by N'Zinga Shani on April 26, 2015 at 2:13am

Many mistakenly believe there is safety in their silence.  That is not true; no one is safe when killers roam our streets indiscriminately.  Community Policing can only be effective if we, the community, cooperate.  For the 13 families in New Haven whose loved ones were killed in 2014, crime is not down.  For the 8 families so far this year who have suffered the loss of a loved one, crime is not down.  Getting guns out of the hands of criminals is a major challenge.  Do you have an idea?  Call your elected representative; share your insights and concerns.

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