D.C. police chief works to repair relationship with LGBT community

11/27/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A decision to break up a Washington, D.C., special police unit trained to interact with the LGBT community disappointed activists, especially in light of recent hate crimes. But the city's police chief insists her department is improving its response to violence and murders directed at LGBT citizens, and the city's LGBT leaders say they appreciate the dialogue with police officials.

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