Cities with homeless populations are scrambling to keep them safe in dangerous weather this week. 
In Clifton, where an unidentified homeless man was found dead last Friday, police are following the guidelines of the state’s Code Blue initiative to find homeless people to persuade them to come out of the cold. 
Mayor James Anzaldi said police will look for homeless people in their usual haunts, like Dundee Preserve, the wooded areas behind the city’s Pathmark, under the Piaget viaduct and spots along East Madison Avenue.
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Bergen County is also taking a proactive approach. Police use three points of criteria to decide when to transport a homeless person to the shelter, said county Emergency Management Coordinator  Lt. Matthew Tiedemann.  
If the temperature goes below 32 degrees with precipitation, below 25 degrees without precipitation or …