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Hamilton County sheriff pledges to continue rural patrols despite budget cuts2m00s

Hamilton County sheriff pledges to continue rural patrols despite budget cuts

Hamilton County deputies will continue to patrol in townships that are unable to pay for the service despite budget cuts, Sheriff Jim Neil said Thursday. The sheriff's office budget is being cut by about $5.5 million for 2019, according to Neil. He said deputies will still patrol in Whitewater Township, Harrison Township and Crosby Township despite reports that patrols there were being eliminated -- however, response times may be slightly longer than the current 12-15 minutes.

WCPO
Published: December 14, 2018
Cincinnati police to feed unpaid TSA workers1m50s

Cincinnati police to feed unpaid TSA workers

Members of the Cincinnati Police Department will spending the weekend delivering meals to 100 Transportation Security Administration employees working without pay as the nation’s longest-ever government shutdown edges closer to the one-month mark. A group of officers announced their intention to do so on Twitter, where they encouraged other law enforcement members to participate in the #SupportTSAChallenge. (@CincyPD was the only account that had used the hashtag by Friday evening.)

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Published: January 19, 2019