Yeah, a hundred percent. In South Central, if someone gets popped police don't tend to pull up for another thirty minutes after the shooting happens. Police response time is poor because these are low income communities. The government doesn't value these communities because they aren't big tax payers, they don't help boost the economy etc. I can show you videos of gang members walking the streets with guns in hand and nothing happens to them because police presence is so low in these communities. Realistically, there should be at maximum 1-2 patrol cars assigned to South Central and the rest should be focused on high income neighborhoods like Vinewood and Rockford Hills because those are the communities police would realistically care more about. I'm for this idea a hundred percent. Shit's ridiculous at this point.