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Top cop: CPD needs 'a little bit of help' to combat gun violence

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Chicago Police Supt. David Brown on Monday once again called for other criminal justice entities to give CPD “a little bit of help” in combating gun violence after a weekend that saw more than 100 people shot and several children murdered.
Brown said that the city’s violence was largely driven by violent felons who were released from jail too soon.
“At the end of the day, our endgame strategy is to arrest violent felons, but if violent felons are getting right out of jail, we need cooperation and collaboration with other partners within the criminal justice system,” Brown said. Sam Charles and Fran Spielman have the story…
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