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Officers have been featured on the program for the past couple months.Supervising field producer Jennifer Rettig said even in a city the size of Jeffersonville, they see all kinds of crime.“There’s a lot of drug activity that goes on here," he said.
According to Johnson, all it takes is a belly rub to change things for the investigators.Community Policing Day 2012 was a great success with hundreds of visitors.Read what happened, watch the video, and see photos in the gallery.Gus walks well on the lead, has very good manners and has been good around other dogs in the past.He would suit a loving home where he can get cuddles and be surrounded by people often. To meet Gus or any other K9 Rescue dogs up for adoption, call 9581 9005 or visit K9 Rescue at 58 Sunshine Place, Nambeelup.On Saturday April 21 hundreds of citizens from Plymouth and beyond attended the first annual "Community Policing Day" at Plymouth Public Library.
Our rapidly changing world has presented new challenges for law enforcement.
Meet Gus a medium black and tan male Terrier cross born in May 2012.
He is a very nice social boy who loves being surrounded by people.
In a separate operation on Friday‚ the K9 Unit had also arrested a 34-year-old male in the Roodepoort CBD for possession and dealing of drugs‚ he said.
The suspect was taken to the Roodepoort Police Station for further processing.“I commend the officers of JMPD for their tireless effort to ensure that criminals cannot rest in the City of Johannesburg.“It is important that we not only crack down on the street dealers‚ but also get to the big suppliers who are responsible for a thriving underworld of drug dealing within the City.“Lawlessness has been ignored for too long and there is no quick fix to address these problems.“However‚ the City will not hesitate in our efforts to fight crime‚” Sun said on Saturday.“We remain committed to ensuring that we drive criminals from our neighbourhoods and make problem areas such as Turffontein‚ Rosettenville and Roodepoort a safer place for our residents to live‚ work and play‚” he added.
There’s a lot of domestics, obviously accidents."The show even responded to a report of a shooting and robbery at a Metro Corrections officer's home in Clarksville nearly two weeks ago. He is accused of giving false information about a previous theft at his home, which investigators say is calling his story into question about what happened that night.