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2 Florissant Police Officers Earn National Service Award For Combs School Program

Officers Freddie Lee and Kimberly Berry holding their National Service Awards.

Officers Freddie Lee and Kimberly Berry holding their National Service Awards.

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4105 honored two Florissant Police Officers; Kimberly Berry and Freddie Lee, before the start of the Florissant City Council meeting on May 22 for creating a mentoring program for students at Combs School. VFW 12th District Commander Ken Allison presented the two officers the National Public Service Award.

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3 Area Elected Leaders, Bi-State Come Up with Plan for MetroLink Safety

The three elected government leaders whose jurisdictions fund Bi-State Development have signed a memo of understanding (MOU) codifying and outlining in detail the plan to improve MetroLink security that they have developed in cooperation with law enforcement and Bi-State.

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Florissant Police Pay Raise Follows Passage of Prop P in St. Louis County

The Florissant City Council at its meeting on Tuesday, May 9, unanimously passed an ordinance raising pay for members of the Florissant Police Department. Uniformed personnel will transition into the new pay plan with the City’s 2018 fiscal year effective December 1.

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Warrants Issued for 2nd Degree Robbery of Elderly Woman

Warrants were issued by the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office on May 4th on Willie Spates for the charge of Robbery in the 2nd Degree. The charge is related to an incident that occurred in the morning hours of April 19 in the 1300 block. of Arlington.

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MetroLink Safety Bi-State Task Force’s Top Priority

Stenger Hosts Meeting of Leaders

Bi-State leaders created a joint law enforcement task force this week to increase patrols, coordinate 911 calls, and improve police response to security problems on MetroLink. Attendees reached the unanimous agreement on a plan designed to improve MetroLink security. According to St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger the plan is “a structure and approach that will keep MetroLink riders safe.”

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City of Hazelwood Launches New Resident Emergency Contact Information Program

In response to concerns expressed by several residents, the City of Hazelwood has developed and launched a new Resident Emergency Contact Information Program. The goal is to help local police officers, paramedics and firefighters know who to contact, such as a family member, when a resident has an accident or is involved in an emergency situation.

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