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Crime / FBI Plan / New Jersey Plan #241113

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 22, 1975
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(Studio) Due to crime rise, FBI director Clarence Kelley reports 4-mo. test to combat crime. 2 FBI agents to work with police in: DeKalb Cnty., Georgia, incling. Atlanta; Birmingham, Alabama; Norfolk, Virginia, and Wilmington, DE. Focuses of crime prevention in each area cited.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Toms River, New Jersey) Crime rate decring. Police teach people to lock doors and prevent burglaries. Police patrol retirement neighborhoods. [Dover Twp. police patrolman Ed BRASEL - says people more aware that they can help us.] No federal funds used. Police chief Richard Clement devised it. [CLEMENT - says average citizen wants to help.]
REPORTER: Jim Kilpatrick

Cronkite, Walter;
Kilpatrick, Jim

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