Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Addiction, release of inmates topics of meeting with law enforcement

Springfield Project ACTION sponsored a community meeting Tuesday night to give residents an opportunity to find out more about what the roles of law enforcement are and how they interact together and with the community.

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2 comments :

  1. THANKS CHIEF! we had NO idea that crime was down, zero, nada zilch, glad we can SEE that in the town report, some how it is lost on us driving thru the blight and drugged out zombies on Main street

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  2. James Wormstead3/24/16, 11:31 AM

    Amazing news that the "letter" of the agreement to not release inmates in Springfield is being kept! Let's parse the agreement down to the point of being absolutely meaningless so that we can say the "letter" has been kept.

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