Crime and police reform are two of the top issues in the race for Chicago’s next mayor.
Candidates vying to replace Mayor Rahm Emanuel have all weighed in on the best way to address the root causes of violence, improve the city’s murder clearance rate and reform the Chicago Police department. But how will voters decide?
Morning Shift digs into what Chicago’s next mayor needs to be thinking about when it comes to crime and policing
GUEST: Patrick Smith, WBEZ criminal justice reporter
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