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Traffic on St. Joseph, from 9th to 7th
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October 21, 2014

Rapid City Police Focus On Traffic

More police will be on the streets, enforcing traffic laws and speed limits. When Karl Jegeris was appointed as Rapid City's police chief, one change he pledged to bring was to focus more on traffic violations. Starting this week, and continuing for the next six months, two additional officers will be assigned to each daily shift. These officers, according to the Rapid City Journal, will focus on traffic enforcement.

Calls for traffic enforcement can be made to the police's non-emergency dispatch number, 394-4131.

More articles on the police can be found in the archive.

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