Community police begin patrols in Jordan's camps for Syrian refugees to try to defuse tensions

December 14, 2015 5:16 PM

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Community police begin patrols in Jordan's camps for Syrian refugees to try to defuse tensions

?Mohanad Al Momani, a Jordan community police assistant, talks to a refugee on a patrol in Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan, Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. Community police have begun patrolling the alleys of Jordan's two main camps for Syrian refugees, hearing grievances and trying to spot problems. The new police assistants are retired Jordanian officers trained in a British Embassy program. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil) ? (The Associated Press)

Abeer Mohammed, a community police officer stands for a portrait inside a bakery in Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan, Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. Community police have begun patrolling the alleys of Jordan's two main camps for Syrian refugees, hearing grievances and trying to spot problems. The new police as...

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