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June 15, 2007
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Baltimore homicide detectives taken off foot patrol

By Gus G. Sentementes and Julie Bykowicz
The Baltimore Sun
 
BALTIMORE, Md. Baltimore police officials suddenly ended yesterday a controversial but short-lived initiative that had homicide detectives pausing their investigations to don their uniforms and walk beats.

For two weeks, the homicide unit had been included in a police strategy, backed by Mayor Sheila Dixon, to place 85 detectives on the city's most violent streets.

Faced with a staffing shortage and political pressure to rein in overtime spending, police officials had ordered homicide and district detectives to walk foot patrols at least once a week.

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