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Ralph Womack hopes to help deter Stockton crime

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Ralph Womack

Posted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 12:00 am

Devoted to reducing the violent crime that has plagued Stockton over the past several years, Lodi Unified School District President Ralph Womack will begin a new job on Monday in an attempt to reduce violence.

While continuing to serve on the school board, Womack will become director of Stockton’s Operation Cease Fire, which is part of a Stockton program called the Marshall Plan on Crime. The intent, he said, is to curb the high homicide rate that has rocked the county seat by reaching out to young people who have committed violent crimes.

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