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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 2000 | Tina Borgatta, (714) 966-5982
The Police Department has received $266,816 in state and federal grants that will be used to purchase technological equipment. The state's Office of Criminal Justice Planning awarded the department $209,822, while the Department of Justice's Office of Community Oriented Policing gave $53,994.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 2000 | Tina Borgatta, (714) 966-5982
The Police Department has received $266,816 in state and federal grants that will be used to purchase technological equipment. The state's Office of Criminal Justice Planning awarded the department $209,822, while the Department of Justice's Office of Community Oriented Policing gave $53,994.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 2000 | Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988
The Police Department will receive $150,000 from the state to finance school gang prevention officers. The officers will work with high school and junior high school students in the Anaheim Union High School District to help prevent youths from joining gangs. Anaheim has thousands of young people involved in about 73 gangs, police officials say. The gang prevention officers will do classroom presentations, mentor at-risk students, as well as enforce laws on school campuses.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 2000 | Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988
The Police Department will receive $150,000 from the state to finance school gang prevention officers. The officers will work with high school and junior high school students in the Anaheim Union High School District to help prevent youths from joining gangs. Anaheim has thousands of young people involved in about 73 gangs, police officials say. The gang prevention officers will do classroom presentations, mentor at-risk students, as well as enforce laws on school campuses.
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September 17, 1987 | Associated Press
As Pope John Paul II attends to the spiritual tasks of his pilgrimage here today, the city will be dealing with earthly traffic dislocations of epic proportions for much of his 20-hour visit. "People are going to be enormously inconvenienced," promised police spokesman Dave Ambrose. "We sympathize with them, but there's not much we can do."
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