Public Safety

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    Kurt Wilson

    U.S. Representative,
    23rd District, California

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    There are decent laws that generally protect public safety, there are also some terrible laws as well. I would have to reason a bill's logic and vote based on each individual bill.

    Tyler Scott Colford

    Senator,
    Jacksonville, Vermont

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    Harrisburg has a great and a safe community. I also know what well prepared law enforcement officers look like and we have great deputies. In my opinion we are a safe community in large part due to the deputies that serve our community. Harrisburg is also a growing community and because of this it is my opinion that increase funding by adding 4 deputies to continue keeping Harrisburg a safe town.

    Christopher A. Barfield

    Mayor,
    Harrisburg, North Carolina

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    Our city with a population of almost 180,000 has a police force of 159 officers, that's approx. one officer for every 1,132 residents. Our city continues to give large incentive's to developers with ROI years down the road yet we cannot fully meet the public safety need of our city with rising crime & other issues. We need additional flat rate room fee to hotels dedicated for public safety costs

    Donald Taylor

    Mayor,
    Garden Grove, California

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    I want to provide our Law Enforcement with the training, resources and manpower to effectively do their job. Commerce City has more than doubled in the last ten years, however our police department has noot be able to grow with it to keep up with its stated goals and services to the level it was 10 years ago.

    William Jackson

    City Councilor,
    Commerce City , Colorado

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    As a councilman, I’d ensure that that the city and residents alike are safe in there suburbs and neighborhoods. This starts with curbing any discord that the city and the residents may feel by educating the purpose of the cities mission in keeping the city safe, and happy. This can only be done by bringing the parties to the table as to what are the roles that will be played in our great city.

    Abel Laeke

    City Council,
    Aurora, Colorado

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