Chicago Cops Ask Drug Dealers to Turn in Rivals

Police in the northern Chicago suburb of Skokie are attempting to crack down on drug trafficking by encouraging dealers to snitch on their competition. “Is your drug-dealing competition costing you money?” reads a police flier obtained by the local NBC affiliate. “Would you like to eliminate the problem? We can help!! We can take your competition off the streets for FREE.” Police encourage drug dealers to list comptetitors’ information on a form and mail it anonymously to the police station.