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Crime fight to lean on intelligence

Slayings prompt shift in emphasis

By Suzanne Smalley
Globe Staff / September 8, 2004

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Boston Police, frustrated by Saturday's gang-style triple slaying in Dorchester, say they are planning to shift their highly-publicized crackdown on crime to further emphasize intelligence-gathering. Among other changes, new effort will be put into recruiting informants and targeting the ringleaders of criminal activity, they said. (Full Article: 482 Words)

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