US: Rockford police 'building bridges not busting heads’

Police in Rockford, Illinois are responding with a unique approach to crime fighting.

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    Rockford, a small city in the United States, has, for its size, the unenviable reputation of having more violent criminals than anywhere in the country.

    But police in the city are responding with a unique approach to crime fighting.

    Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Rockford, Illinois.


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