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Minneapolis, Minnesota / Police and Street Gangs #583912

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 05, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Minneapolis: Fred Briggs) Impact of the murder of veteran policeman Jerry Hoff at a Minneapolis, Minnesota, pizza parlor ten days ago on the relations between police and street gangs there featured; scenes shown from murder site. [Police officer Gene SCHREIBER - comments.] Efforts this summer to shore up relations between police and gangs, including the use of a trusted police liaison, reviewed. [At-risk services director Spike MOSS, deputy chief of police David DOBROTKA, police officer Stuart HELMER - comment on the current attitudes.] [United for peace president Sharif WILLIS - gives the African-American point of view.] [Mayor Donald FRASER - hopes for a cooling period.]

Briggs, Fred;
Brokaw, Tom

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