Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-10-22 20:34:30 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – Albuquerque city As the violent year in Albuquerque was nearing its end, we announced the Gun Violence Prevention and Intervention Task Force. Since the beginning of this year, Albuquerque has been injured with an average of 25 shootings a month. According to police, nearly 80% of murders are related to guns.
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The city has a violence intervention program, but the city says it can dig deeper into what caused the task force to cause a surge in gun violence throughout the city. “This task force helps us understand why and how to prevent this in the long run. We are investigating the root cause. This is a long delay,” said Harold Medina. Albuquerque police chief said. ..
The Task Force will make recommendations on how to reduce gun violence over the next year.
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