The View From Here: Englewood, A Chicago Community In Crisis

CHICAGO POLICE YOUTH BASEBALL
In this July 29, 2015, photo, Chicago police officer Angela Wormley coaches for the Englewood Police/Youth Baseball League in Chicago. Current and retired officers are coaching about a hundred boys and girls, ages 9 to 12 in the league. The goal is to combat violence by keeping kids busy and away from summer violence while improving relations between police and the community. Teresa Crawford / Associated Press
CHICAGO POLICE YOUTH BASEBALL
In this July 29, 2015, photo, Chicago police officer Angela Wormley coaches for the Englewood Police/Youth Baseball League in Chicago. Current and retired officers are coaching about a hundred boys and girls, ages 9 to 12 in the league. The goal is to combat violence by keeping kids busy and away from summer violence while improving relations between police and the community. Teresa Crawford / Associated Press

The View From Here: Englewood, A Chicago Community In Crisis

The Chicago neighborhood of Englewood has one of the city’s highest murder rates, and the way police confront crime has been controversial. One officer builds bridges with a community that’s wary of police.

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