Johns Hopkins University

City needs more police on the streets, not fewer

City needs more police on the streets, not fewer

My wife and I moved to Hampden many years ago (and met here). We are investing in our home because we see improvement. Community crime reporting has helped our neighborhood. Having our city police pursue crimes here has had an impact. Petty crimes often are neglected, but we feel safer. We remain vigilant — crime can occur anywhere. That Johns Hopkins University wants to have the ability to augment our overstretched city police force and attempt to ensure employees, students and residents of areas where they have oversight is, in my humble opinion, a great thing (

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