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  • Stockton Police officers Houston Sensabaugh, left, and Noe Gonzalez, right, question a mourner at the site of a memorial for five people shot the night before in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • A memorial to a shooting victim on a Stockton, California street corner September 18, 2013 in Stockton, California.  Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Members of Stockton's Community Response Team arrest a gang member in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • San Joaquin Sheriff's Sergeant Rudy Lovato, center, briefs officers before raiding a home to arrest a gang member on a warrant in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Members of the Community Response Team look at a mug shot of a gang member before serving a warrant in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Stockton Police officer Eric Morrison carries a child out of a home while searching for a gang member as part of the Community Response Team which targets violent gangs in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Members of Stockton's Community Response Team arrest a gang member in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • A Stockton police officer looks at the tattoos of a white power gang member during a traffic stop in Stockton, California while on patrol as part of the Community Response Team, which targets violent gangs September 18, 2013.  Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • A white power gang member, left, and a friend are detained during a traffic stop by the Community Response Team in Stockton, California September 18, 2013 which targets violent gangs.  Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • A white power gang member is released after being detained during a traffic stop by the Community Response Team in Stockton, California September 18, 2013 which targets violent gangs.  Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • A couple looks on as their car is searched during a traffic stop by the Community Response Team in Stockton, California September 18, 2013 which targets violent gangs. The officer found a handgun and heroin in the car. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • San Joaquin Sheriff's Deputy Nick Taiariol finds a handgun during a traffic stop by the Community Response Team which targets violent gangs in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Members of Stockton's Community Response Team bags an illegal handgun they found during a traffic stop in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • A couple kisses as they're separated and arrested after a handgun and drugs are found in their car during a traffic stop by the Community Response Team in Stockton, California September 18, 2013 which targets violent gangs. The officer found a handgun and heroin in the car. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
    CEASEFIRE_1...jpg
  • Members of Stockton's Community Response Team question mourners at the site of a memorial for five people shot the night before in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Members of Stockton's Community Response Team detain an individual found with a handgun at the site of a memorial for five people shot the night before in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Members of Stockton's Community Response Team record handguns found on mourners at the site of a memorial for five people shot the night before in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Members of Stockton's Community Response Team plan the rest of their shift after arresting a gang member in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Stockton Police officer Houston Sensabaugh searches a vehicle at the site of a memorial for five people shot the night before in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • Stockton Police officers James Padilla, left, and Chris Martin, center, inspect a handgun found on a mourner at the site of a memorial for five people shot the night before in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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  • San Joaquin Sheriff's Deputy Nick Taiariol arrests an individual found with a handgun during a traffic stop by the Community Response Team which targets violent gangs in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
    CEASEFIRE_1...jpg
  • A memorial to a shooting victim on a Stockton, California street corner September 18, 2013 in Stockton, California.  Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
    CEASEFIRE_0...jpg
  • Stockton police officer Connor Nelson searches an individual during a search of an apartment in Stockton, California while on patrol as part of the Community Response Team, which targets violent gangs. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
    CEASEFIRE_0...jpg
  • Members of Stockton's Community Response Team record handguns found on mourners at the site of a memorial for five people shot the night before in Stockton, California, September 18, 2013. Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
    CEASEFIRE_2...jpg
  • A Stockton police officer looks at the tattoos of a white power gang member during a traffic stop in Stockton, California while on patrol as part of the Community Response Team, which targets violent gangs September 18, 2013.  Facing stark and rising homicide rates, the California cities Oakland and Stockton are taking a second chance at a novel method of disrupting street gangs, called Ceasefire, in which the police use social-analytics software to map out connections between a city’s most violent gang members, using the data to make targeted and coordinated arrests.
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