NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 20, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) President-elect Bill Clinton's promise of more police reported.
(New Orleans: Fred Francis) Role of the police in community activities in New Orleans, Louisiana, featured; scenes shown to illustrate how the NIMB ("Not In My Backyard") program works to patrol public housing projects. [Police superintendent Arnesta TAYLOR - comments.] Drop in crime statistics under Taylor's leadership outlined. [Slum resident Laura JOHNSON, two WOMEN - back the NIMB patrols.] [Police Athletic League Garrett GRAY - talks about the kids.]
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