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Crime in Clements to be addressed Thursday

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Posted: Sunday, November 10, 2013 6:13 pm

Public safety issues will be addressed by representatives from the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s and District Attorney’s offices at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Clements fire station, 18901 Highway 88 at Mackville Road.

“We want to be a resource for our community,” Clements Fire Chief Dave Ingrum said in a news release. “This public safety town hall is just one way we can help educate the citizens of Clements on issues that affect them on a daily basis.

“A strategic community-based approach which addresses the fundamental causes of crime is essential to the safety of our streets and neighborhoods,” Ingrum added.

Deputy District Attorneys Tori Verber Salazar and Mike Mulvihill, along with a representative from the Sheriff’s Office, will discuss issues affecting the Clements community. They will be available for questions from the public.

Refreshments will be served.

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