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25 June 2017

Crime drops in SRHA communities

The board of the Suffolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority is weighing whether to continue paying for extra law enforcement services after a positive report on crime numbers on SRHA properties. Extra law enforcement services have been provided since about 2013, after a summer that saw two homicides in quick succession at the same SRHA property.

Source: http://www.suffolknewsherald.com/2017/06/23/crime-drops-in-srha-communities/