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Police services study nearing completion

Original post made on Jul 27, 2009

A study of police services in Danville has passed the halfway point and is expected to reach completion by the end of next month. Members of the Danville Town Council were given an update on the status of the police survey during their study session last week.

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Posted by Veronica
a resident of Danville
on Jul 27, 2009 at 6:58 am

This gives me a clearer understanding as to why there hasn't been any "increased" patrol, as promised, after I reported ongoing suspicious activity in my neighborhood.

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Posted by Rick Pshaw
a resident of Danville
on Jul 27, 2009 at 11:02 am

Why is Danville spending precious money on a study of police services? We can get rid of the Sheriff's contract service and save an immediate 30 percent on law enforcement costs. If that sounds like a no-brainer, it is.

Just look next door at San Ramon - they have their own officers and are saving a fortune.

The "get a consultant" mentality never ceases to frost me. Why don't our elected leaders do the job they were elected to do and MAKE SOME DECISIONS without running with quivering lips to Mother Consultant?

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