In this Tuesday, April 22, 2014 photograph, Jayvon Accetti, 5, drives his toy police car past a boarded home, as his mother, Melanie Andujar, walks along behind in Camden, N.J. Andujar says her son ... more 
In this Tuesday, April 22, 2014 photograph, Jayvon Accetti, 5, drives his toy police car past a boarded home, as his mother, Melanie Andujar, walks along behind in Camden, N.J. Andujar says her son Jayvon constantly says he wants to be a Camden police officer. Camden disbanded its police department on May 1 and handed patrols over to the new Camden County-run department that promised more officers for the same cost. The new department says crime dropped sharply in every category except arson in the first three months of this year, when the new department had enough officers for intense patrols in every neighborhood. “To me, violence will always be around and so will the drugs,” said Melanie Andujar. She’s still shaken by a shooting on her block a few weeks ago. “Has it calmed down? Yes. I don’t think it will ever stop.” (AP Photo/Mel Evans) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Mel Evans
Sun, Apr 27, 2014 10:21 PM EDT