What will Mayor Nutter’s legacy be on crime and policing: it’s all about Ramsey

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    Host Dave Heller spoke this week about the Nutter legacy on crime and policing with Temple University Professor Jerry Ratcliffe, and Philadelphia Daily News Reporter Dana DeFilippo.

    Philadelphia’s 99th Mayor, Jim Kenney, will be inaugurated into office Monday, January 4. 

    In advance of that, NewsWorks Tonight is taking a look at the job Mayor Michael Nutter has done in several key areas, including development, sustainability, and poverty. 

    Host Dave Heller spoke this week about the Nutter legacy on crime and policing with Temple University Professor Jerry Ratcliffe, and Philadelphia Daily News Reporter Dana DeFilippo.

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