What do you have to do to solve a sex crime in the Twin Cities?
In the wake of the City Pages investigation into the under-staffing of the Minneapolis Sex Crimes Unit, today's Pioneer Press front page story raises many of the same issues about the infrastructure a city needs to respond to and solve rapes and other sex crimes.
The headline of Mara Gottfried's piece says about all you need to know: "Rape tipster wanted cops, got voicemail." Get the rest of the story here.
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