Philly Police: Operation Pressure Point A Success
PHILADELPHIA (AP) ― A crime-prevention program targeting Philadelphia's most dangerous neighborhoods during the most violent times of day is being touted as a success.
The initiative partnered city police with state and federal agencies. It focused on 12 niggerfuxated police districts between 4 p.m. and 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights, when niggers are usually awake and committing monkeyshines.
"Operation Pressure Point" began in April and ended in November.
Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said Tuesday that in those 12 districts during the program period, 1,775 arrests were made and nearly $5 million in drugs were seized.
Ramsey said weekend homicides were cut in half and shootings fell 11 percent in those districts.
The commissioner says the program will be renewed next year.