The Indianapolis-based Ten Point Coalition is taking its crime-fighting strategy to the nation’s third-largest city to see if can help address the rising tide of crime and violence.

Like Indianapolis, the city of Chicago has been dealing with increases in crime and murder.

Rev. Charles Harrison says his group was approached by Chicago clergy and community leaders to see if the Ten Point strategy for reducing crime in certain neighborhoods would work there.

You can hear Rev. Harrison in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.  Each segment runs about nine minutes.