Dr. Tom Biller, right, chats with Doug Bailey, a grant evaluator for Cleveland's Tennessee Targeted Community Crime Reduction grant following a monthly meeting of grant partners Wednesday. Dr. Biller heads the Behavioral Research Institute, one of the two dozen grant partner organizations, including police and schools, targeted specific neighborhoods.
Dr. Tom Biller, right, chats with Doug Bailey, a grant evaluator for Cleveland's Tennessee Targeted Community Crime Reduction grant following a monthly meeting of grant partners Wednesday. Dr. Biller heads the Behavioral Research Institute, one of the two dozen grant partner organizations, including police and schools, targeted specific neighborhoods.
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published Wednesday, September 5th, 2012
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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The city's crime reduction effort in two targeted areas is beginning to show positive results, according to police and a federal grant evaluator.

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