When someone asked former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani how his administration successfully fought the soaring crime rate that had manifested itself under his predecessor and transformed the city into something resembling a John Woo action movie, he succinctly replied, “More cops.”

Well, truth be told, the foundation of his administration’s battle against crime was far more complex than that. Not the least of it was the deployment of new-age tactical strategies, developed by a cadre of very shrewd people, not all of whom, unfortunately, were given the proper credit in the end.

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