Public safety experts and city leaders say that the reason police would want more officers is to help forge relationships with the community and to go after the root causes of crime.
Public safety experts and city leaders say that the reason police would want more officers is to help forge relationships with the community and to go after the root causes of crime. TODD SUMLIN tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com
Public safety experts and city leaders say that the reason police would want more officers is to help forge relationships with the community and to go after the root causes of crime. TODD SUMLIN tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com

CMPD, already bigger than peer cities, wants to add officers for community policing

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