Crime commissions at work: From tripping up Al Capone to tracking down DNA evidence
from Detroit Free Press
Whether tagging Public Enemy No. 1, putting a $1,000 bounty on armed ex-cons or trying to break gangsters' squeeze on businesses, citizens' crime commissions have been lending private-enterprise muscle and know-how to metropolitan police for nearly 100 years. Detroit is a relative newcomer for crime commissions, but it is following the path cut by the likes of Chicago, Kansas City, New York and other major cities.
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