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A Permanent Force in the Community

Neighborhood Watch has long been the most widespread crime prevention effort in the United States with a long track record of success. 1,626 more words


Police in Franklin investigating overnight auto burglaries

Franklin Police are investigating several overnight auto burglaries in the Fieldstone Farms neighborhood. Ten unlocked cars were entered, overnight, in areas along Citation Drive. Valuables stolen include a laptop computer, wallets, and cash. 112 more words

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Building Safer & Thriving Communities Conference

The Building Safer & Thriving Communities conference brings together leading experts to discuss issues of anti-social behaviour affecting local businesses and share practical and cost-effective advice on how to protect your business, people and assets. 365 more words

Join Us On Nextdoor.com

So far, over 9,000 Wichita Falls residents have joined the Wichita Falls Police Department on Nextdoor.com to get to know their neighbors and to take a stand against crime.   550 more words


ON THE STREET: SAV recruits support deputies, community

At the entrance of Sunrise Pointe Vistas, Larry Walsh hits the lights on his Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteer squad car.

Walsh and his partner for the day, Field Operations Division Director Linda Rundel, pull behind two cars stopped along South Abrego Drive in Green Valley. 177 more words

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Drinking, Driving, & the Moment of Impact; A look at the unimaginable pain that impaired driving brought to one Franklin family

Tonight, many will celebrate the accomplishments of 2018 while waiting in anticipation for the countdown to a new year. Alcohol will be at the center of many New Year’s Eve celebrations tonight. 432 more words

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Don't turn this ... into that; Booze It & Lose It!

An increased number of Franklin Police Officers begin hitting the streets tonight to help protect you through the New Year’s holiday. Officers are working overtime to focus on impaired, distracted, and dangerous drivers. 72 more words

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