Starting Monday, you might spot more Fresno police officers on patrol.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer announced a plan to crack down on areas known as gang hotspots.
Detectives and non-uniformed officers will monitor the areas following an increase in violent crime.
There have been 170 shootings in Fresno so far, which is a 12% increase from a year ago.
Chief Dyer said, "As crime trends shift from day of week and time of day, we'll shift our resources accordingly."
The chief says the move will impact the desk level most, which means financial crimes and internal affairs cases will take a back seat for now.