NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The head of the Metro Police juvenile crime task force says that, more than 18 months since the unit was first formed, his officers are making a difference on the streets of Nashville.
"They know when you take the guns off the streets, they know when you take the stolen cars off the streets, when you go into the communities and you build those relationships when they call you when there's a problem, you know you've done something," Lt. Blaine Whited told NewsChannel 5 Investigates.
"That's something you can feel, you can see that you've made a difference. That's why everyone of them is here."
Watch an extended conversation with Whited above.
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