Source: CeaseFire has ‘no significant success stories’

by admin on November 14, 2012

in Chicago

BY FRANK MAIN Staff Reporter/fmain@suntimes.com November 13, 2012 12:54AM

More than three months into a $1 million contract with the city, the anti-violence group CeaseFire has “no significant success stories,” a ranking police source said. It’s hard to evaluate CeaseFire’s mediation of gang conflicts without getting timelier reporting from the group, the source added.

“You can’t wait two weeks later and tell us, ‘Oh yeah, we intervened in that.’ We need specifics and time lines,” said the source, who asked to remain anonymous.

Asked about the partnership, police Supt. Garry McCarthy said through a spokeswoman: “It’s a work in progress.”

Source: CeaseFire has ‘no significant success stories’

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