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Chicago’s Top Cop: Reducing Violence Starts At Home With Parents

Nearly 60 people were wounded in gun violence with six dead over the three-day Memorial Day weekend. And that’s with a heavy police presence around the city, says Chicago’s top cop Eddie Johnson. Chicago’s Police Superintendent says everyone has a role in reducing crime, but the effort must start at home.

WBEZ’s Michael Puente reports.

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