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Wisconsin City Serves As Model For Community Policing

In the wake of fatal police-involved shootings, cities are looking for ways to institute police department reforms. A community policing program in Racine, Wis., calls for police officers to work out of people's houses in specific neighborhoods.

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Corrected: April 16, 2015 at 12:00 AM EDT
A previous headline incorrectly referred to Racine, Wis., as a small town.