Baltimore microzone crime plan adjusted to better focus resources

The Baltimore Police Department is adjusting its crime plan, reducing the number of "microzones" from 131 to 81, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday morning. Scott said the city's public safety strategy will focus on accountability. Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison laid out the changes the department has made, focusing on data-driven analysis in the parts of the city with the most violence. The commissioner said, so far, the strategy has proven effective.