How broken-windows policing could’ve saved Rosalee Sanchez’s life

Rosalee Sanchez, 19, didn’t have to die. She was bludgeoned, stabbed and strangled in Lower Manhattan’s old Fulton Street Fish Market early this month. The teen’s death was preventable, or would have been, if New York hadn’t given up 30 years of crime-prevention knowledge.   The fish market fits the definition of “broken windows” disorder. The…

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