In this clip from Death Wish 3 (1985), Charles Bronson shows us yet again how to reduce crime rates in the inner city.
Then he kills the Giggler, and the people cheer.
But then the gang punks rampage, like Democrat voters when the welfare checks stop coming. So Bronson takes them all on, and he's man enough to hold a Browning 1919 by the barrel shroud without even getting burned! Then he gets back-up from the detective who's been trying to catch him since he got in town, and they clean up the punks big-time.
Now THAT is Community-oriented policing.
Bronson made five Death Wish movies from 1974 to 1994. A few years ago, Sylvester Stallone mulled the idea of re-making the original and starring in it himself. But he didn't, and it's just as well, because that gun-control-supporting hack has never had what it takes to fill Charles Bronson's shoes.