Rochester Targets Crime with Community Policing

Operation Ceasefire, part of President Bush's safe neighborhoods program, is credited with reducing the murder rate of young African-American men in several cities across the nation. NPR's Allison Keyes reports on one of the latest places to adopt this community-policing program — Rochester, New York.

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