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More police on the roads ?

Original post made by Itpid, Palo Verde, on Jul 31, 2006

Have people noticed more police surveillance on the streets? I am not too sure if the police were always there, but I never noticed them earlier and am now noticing them due to increased awareness of the burglaries ...

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Posted by Nikki B.
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 1, 2006 at 4:12 pm

No I have not but if so, I hope it is due to the ALL the posts under Palo Alto Issues, Red Light Runner & Speeding.


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Posted by Southgater
a resident of Southgate
on Aug 8, 2006 at 12:07 pm

I have definitely noticed much more visible police presence in the past week or so. I have even seen police drive down my street which is almost a first. I'm seeing motorcycle cops (not on speed trap duty) and cruisers all over the place.


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