Sunday, July 5, 2020

Opinion: ‘Broken Windows’ Policing is Dead

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Main Street by William McGurn

Episode 10

McGurn: “If cops and prosecutors give in to the temptation to ease-off, the damage they inflict will be far more lasting than the desecration of a famous church.”

By WSJ Opinion

Main Street: A top prosecutor affirms his virtue as he shrugs off vandalism, leaving the largely black and Latino residents of America’s most vulnerable neighborhoods to pay the price. Image: NYPD/Getty Images Composite: Mark Kelly

Read: Cy Vance’s Broken Window

Main Street by William McGurn

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