Has Oakland Killed Community Policing? 

The Oakland Police Department has slashed the number of neighborhood beats by nearly 40 percent.

For less than two years, Oakland lived up to its years-long vision for community policing. From late-2008 until the summer of 2010, the city had a so-called "problem-solving officer" for each of its 57 neighborhood police beats. The program then went on…

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