crime prevention

City Council

Preview of City Council Work Session on Flood Management, City Hall, & Golf Course | Local News | #citycouncil

{KXLG – Watertown, SD} The Watertown City Council will hold a work session on Monday, June 10th, 2024, at 2:00 PM in the Community Room of the Police Department. The work session aims to discuss upcoming agenda items for the June 17th City Council meeting. Typically, work sessions are just discussions in nature, but the […]

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City Council

Philly City Council passes mandatory curfew for some Kensington businesses | #citycouncil

Emery says he’s torn about the new law, he’s already cut his own operating hours because of the “crime and rampant ridiculousness around here,” because after 7 p.m. “there’s not a lot of good things going on around here.” Each morning, he’s tired stepping over syringes and discarded narcan. While he’s not a fan of […]

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Shreveport City Council plans to invest in crime prevention organizations | News | #citycouncil

SHREVEPORT, La. – Shreveport City Council members are strying to reduce crime by putting money towards organizations that help with crime prevention.    Last year, Shreveport had 74 homicides. So far this year, 11 lives have already been claimed by violence. Councilman Grayson Boucher says investing in programs like the Gingerbread House will make a […]

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Mayor

11 TV Hill talks with Mayor Brandon Scott about 2024

11 TV Hill: Conversation with the mayor Updated: 11:30 AM EST Dec 24, 2023 IT’S BEEN A YEAR. FACED WITH NEW CHALLENGES AND NEW ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR BALTIMORE CITY THIS MORNING WE TALK WITH MAYOR BRANDON SCOTT ABOUT WHAT MAY LIE AHEAD FOR THE CITY IN 2024, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO CONVERSATIONS SURROUNDING CRIME, UM, […]

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City Council

Columbus City Council hires more security for its members | #citycouncil

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — Columbus City Council is looking to beef up security, specifically for council members. The Council says this has been in the works for about a year, and that Columbus Police added officers to the executive security unit. Those officers would be present during meetings, public appearances, and more. The Fraternal Order […]

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City council member wants police checkpoints to help eliminate gun violence | #citycouncil

FORT MYERS, Fla.  — On Wednesday, Fort Myers Council member Johnny Streets addressed some of the speculations around potential public safety changes to the downtown Fort Myers area. “The gentlemen that used the word “curfew” Monday night, if you can remember, let’s get it straight he said only as a last resort, we are a long […]

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