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City of South Bend launches Community Policing Plan engagement effort

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The City of South Bend launched its Community Policing Plan engagement effort.
The City wants residents to share their ideas for how they want to see the police department build and strengthen relationships with the community.
Residents can take the take the online survey or leave voicemail feedback through June 23rd. The information collected will be used to better understand the needs and concerns of South Bend residents, and create activities and initiatives to those needs. Residents can take the online survey at www.southbendin.gov/communitypolicing.
Voicemails responses can be left at: 574-235-5888, extension 3300.

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2 comments

Adam May 10, 2023 at 4:12 pm

The city needs more police officers like Clint Eastwood’s character, Dirty Harry. He got crime in the movies under control in San Francisco.The city of South Bend is the San Francisco of Michiana.

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Thor May 10, 2023 at 4:45 pm

You couldn’t pay me to live in SB. The city is a dying and diseased monument to democRatic “leadership”. You will not fix any of the problems with it until you change the people you put in charge of it. Good luck with that though.

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