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October 16, 2015

Rapid City Police Reduce Expansion From Six Officers to Two

The Rapid City Police Department is changing plans for new officers, from six to two, after being turned down for a grant. The Rapid City Journal reported that this is the second year Rapid City was not awarded the Community Oriented Policing Services grant. Without the grant, the police budget can still cover adding two positions; the Legal and Finance Committee approved the change and the full council will vote on it on Monday.

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

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