New Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis has “postponed indefinitely” weekly meetings of more than 100 police officials to discuss trouble spots around the city while he evaluates if there is a more efficient way to implement crime-fighting strategies, officials said Wednesday.

The meetings were a visible centerpiece in former Supt. Philip Cline’s crime strategy, started in 2003 with the creation of the Deployment Operations Center, a crime-analysis unit partly credited with reducing murders and crime in the city in recent years.

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