Staffing shortages, limited jail capacity and poor communication between departments are weaknesses San Joaquin County needs to address in order to reduce crime, according to the annual county grand jury’s public safety report released Wednesday.
The report acknowledged that budget cuts and prison realignment have created substantial difficulties for authorities trying to create a safer county. But the county needs tackle citizens’ increasing concerns, and the grand jury identified three areas which could help reduce crime.
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