Detroit is getting some crime-fighting help from the federal government.
The Detroit Police Department isn’t giving up its push for new technology to help find out where shootings take place.
“… it has become part of the city culture and expectation that you go to sleep with gunshots … It’s not acceptable,” said Detroit Poilce Chief Ralph Godbee.
Police, both federal and local, are zoning in on one especially dangerous Detroit neighborhood.
Detroit Police report that a 14-year-old boy is dead – the result of gun play with an 18-year-old.
Nearly 50 students from several Detroit public schools will be dedicating time this summer participating in an anti-violence initiative in Detroit.