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And the chief of police are pledging more resources to change that but some wonder how long it'll last you re feeling at thirteen Pauline at least for Jonathan or teeth when you heard the news go back to work on their this area is notorious for crime and violence in twenty sixteen a gunman opened fire after a fight on this street wounding five former police chief Kathleen o'toole added patrols we're as committed as ever to this particular neighborhood last September a shooter fled nearby Westlake station after killing one and injuring two others just days ago someone shot and killed a fifty five year old one block down near Westlake center we need a completely new approach that has to be sustained we need to take back this part of our city from the criminals John schools heads the downtown Seattle association they want the city to add officers in this area now and build a long term plan to prosecute repeat offenders like this inspected gunmen police are now searching for the status quo is failing our city we can and we must do more the mayor and police chief announced they'll move more officers downtown and add a mobile precinct until further notice we're going to work with businesses to make sure that we can have that corridor safe police had emphasis patrols here last summer and the chief says they've continued on and off since you feel safer and here Roenick isn't working down here for six years what would you ask the city down we have a whole host of different types of.