Police Judged Inefficient In Ca. Farming City

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Crime is falling in Santa Paula, Ca., but an audit found the small farming city’s police department inefficient, outdated and underfunded, though well-regarded by residents, reports the Los Angeles Times. The city’s reported crime fell 33 percent in 2003 to levels not seen since the 1970s. “Our mission is to reduce crime, and we’re doing
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