Why the answer to Chicago’s violence problem is more complex than just adding more cops

CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 17: Police investigate the scene of a quadruple homicide on the city's Southside on December 17, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Three people were found shot to death inside a home in the Fernwood neighborhood, another 2 were found shot outside the home, one of those deceased. Chicago has had more than 750 homicides in 2016. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 17: Police investigate the scene of a quadruple homicide on the city's Southside on December 17, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Three people were found shot to death inside a home in the Fernwood neighborhood, another 2 were found shot outside the home, one of those deceased. Chicago has had more than 750 homicides in 2016. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Retired Chicago Internal Affairs investigator “Sgt. Pete” joins Matt Bubala and Judy Pielach (in for Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes) to talk about how stop-and-frisk might help Chicago overcome a record year for murders and what the officers on the street are dealing with in the wake of multiple scandals.

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