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5th County Drug forum at Bearwallow UMC, Thu 27 Jul 2017

By Josh Brockman Public Information Officer
Columbia Police Department; Chief, Jason Cross

Columbia Police Department will be hosting a drug forum at the Bearwallow United Methodist Church, 6132 Liberty Road, Thursday July 27, 2017 at 6pmCT.

This is the 5th forum Columbia Police have sponsored as we continue to try and spread awareness of our current drug issues we face not only as Law Enforcement officers, but as a community. What are you seeing? What can you do? What are we doing? Are just a few of the topics we will discuss along with health related issues, financial cost to taxpayers, rise in theft related incidents, rise in violent crime and the impact of the family among others.

As we traverse across the city and county, we have already received very helpful information and hope that the participation continues to grow. These are your communities that you live and raise your children in. Help us to keep them safe and drug free. We look forward to seeing you.

This story was posted on 2017-07-17 10:27:21
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