The Chicago Police Department hasn't made smuggling a priority in their investigations. In a recent article written by Al Baker, the police don't know how many cases there are on smuggling because the department doesn't officially record those cases. How can smuggling be prevented if the police don't consider these cases paramount like horrific crime cases? As the police continue to put smuggling on hold, criminals are less likely to get caught continuing to smuggle and put many people in danger, and criminals, like Capone, can gain more power because the police don't take action. Smuggling can't be stopped without the help of the police ceasing those operations on our streets today.