In High-Crime Areas, Still Too Few Police

Despite Mayor Rahm Emanuel's highly promoted efforts at concentrating additional police patrols in the city's most dangerous neighborhoods, many crime-ridden police districts still have fewer officers patrolling their streets than far safer areas of the city have, according to recent data obtained by The Chicago News Cooperative.

The data included officer-assignment data for all 9,400 Chicago police officers, as well as almost 1,000 detectives -- information that the city has steadfastly declined to make public.

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