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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(San Diego: Mark Phillips) Return of policemen walking their beats featured; scenes shown of policemen on their beats in San Diego and Lansing, Michigan. [San Diego policeman Bob CHRISTANO, businessman Johnny WILLIAMS - comments on beat cop program.] [Drug USER - says it's harder to buy dope now.] [San Diego police department Norm STAMPER - comments on effectiveness of program.] [Lansing policeman Don CHRISTIE - talks about people on his beat.] [Lansing police department Bruce LANKHEET - says it's unfair.] [Lansing policewoman Cassie ALLIE - talks about contract on her life.] Excerpt shown from "Rescue 911" television show.
- Phillips, Mark;
- Rather, Dan
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