Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer speaks during a press conference in this 2015 photo. On Tuesday he announced a plan to join with faith groups to take juveniles off the streets on Friday nights and get them into centers where they can safely hang out.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer speaks during a press conference in this 2015 photo. On Tuesday he announced a plan to join with faith groups to take juveniles off the streets on Friday nights and get them into centers where they can safely hang out. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer speaks during a press conference in this 2015 photo. On Tuesday he announced a plan to join with faith groups to take juveniles off the streets on Friday nights and get them into centers where they can safely hang out. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file

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