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Violence In D.C. Area / Police Chief Resigns #869420

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 13, 1992
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(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) The Washington D.C. police chief, Isaac Fulwood, resigned today; Will work with city youth.

(Washington: McIntyre, Jamie) D.C. has become the "Murder Capital"; Fulwood, after only three years, based resignation decision on city's inability to prevent senseless and random violence; Many credit Fulwood's initiative with slowing the killings; Politics and parents are the keys to reducing violence; Police officers leaving force out of frustration of youth violence. [Remarks from Chief Isaac FULWOOD, D.C. Police Chief; Interviews with Unnamed YOUTH; Donald BALDWIN, National Law Enforcement Council; Julian CABALLERO, Former D.C. Police Officer.]

McIntyre, Jamie

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