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Metro police trying to improve emergency response time

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Metro is trying to improve the time it takes for its police officers to make it to the scene of crimes or other emergencies. It takes Metro police an average of nine minutes to respond to emergencies, the agency says in oversight documents, while it takes other police forces between four and eight minutes. Around the nation, Metro's response time is more than double that of San Francisco's BART...

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