Nightly News | August 11, 2011
BRIAN WILLIAMS, anchor: Now we turn to London . The streets are calm tonight. Some of the police officers who've been dispatched to keep the peace spent today raiding homes, rounding up suspects that have been identified from those four straight nights of violence, riots, fires, looting. Meanwhile Prime Minister David Cameron said today he'd look here to the United States for help in preventing a repeat. He specifically mentioned a familiar name in the police business, William Bratton , the former chief of police here in New York and LA and Boston , as someone who might offer some solutions.