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Crime Prevention Tips To Be Presented To Superior-Douglas County Businesses

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Business owners in Superior and Douglas County are invited to a Crime Prevention Seminar, Tuesday April 16th at the Government Center Building.

Officials from the Superior Police Department and the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network will provide tips to businesses on how to prevent crime, find stolen property, locate missing persons, identify suspects, and locate fugitives.

A multitude of other crime prevention topics will also be discussed, including the business watch program, security audit, and current criminal behavior statistics.

The session – which begins at 7 AM – is free, and refreshments will be served.

 

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