Emanuel wants federal help in combatting violence
CHICAGO – Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is asking the federal government for help in combating violence and drugs.
Emanuel said he wants police to coordinate with U.S. marshals and FBI, DEA and ATF agents to go after "high-crime areas and high-target individuals" in two South Side police districts.
Emanuel and police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said Friday the plan is similar to an approach used in two other police districts that has resulted in a drop in homicides. McCarthy said he expects similar results in the Grand Crossing and Ogden police districts.
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