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March 10, 2016

Cultural Advisory Committee Transitions to Community Advisory Committee

The Rapid City Police Department and community members have begun working as the new Community Advisory Committee reports the Rapid City Journal.  This committee transitioned from the Cultural Advisory Committee formed in summer 2015.  The committee hopes to ensure there is a cultural understanding between citizens in the area and law enforcement.

For more information about the Community Advisory Committee, visit their website.  You can also check out our news archives about the RCPD.   

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