Police Launch New Website To Help Fight Chicago Carjacking Crisis

This year alone, 367 people have been carjacked in the city. Late Wednesday afternoon, police revealed a new website to track carjackings and help drivers avoid being targeted.

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BRAD EDWARDS: At five, a new tool to help fight Chicago's carjacking crisis. This year alone, 367 people have been carjacked in the city. Late this afternoon, police revealed a new website to track carjackings, help drivers avoid being targeted.

SUPT. DAVID BROWN: The site that is accessible from the Department's homepage also has prevention tips and printable flyers in four languages, including English, Spanish, Polish, and Chinese.

BRAD EDWARDS: Website features booking photos of carjacking suspects and also has prevention tips and advice for what to do if you become a victim.