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3:58 pm
Thu August 22, 2013

Dooley Appoints Two New Members To St. Louis County Board Of Police Commissioners

Reverend Dr. Freddy J Clark, at podium and businessman David R. Spence are filling the spots created by the resignation of Floyd C. Warmann and Gregory Sansone. St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley stands in center.
Credit Erin Williams/St. Louis Public Radio

Updated 4:31 p.m. 8-23-13

St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley announced the appointment of Reverend Dr. Freddy J. Clark and businessman David R. Spence to two recently vacated seats on the St. Louis County Board of Police Commissioners.

Clark’s appointment will fill the vacancy left by Floyd Warmann, who chose to resign in July due to a conflict of business interests, and Spence will fill the slot vacated by subcontractor Gregory Sansone.

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Violence Prevention
4:28 pm
Mon May 20, 2013

St. Louis Initiative to Reduce Violence Focused On Community Support For Sustainability

Pastor B.T. Rice of New Horizon Christian Church speaks about the St. Louis Initiative to Reduce Violence, or SIRV. Rice, who is also chairman of police affairs for the St. Louis County branch of the NAACP created the initiative.
Credit Erin Williams

The St. Louis Initiative to Reduce Violence is a new effort for both the city and county to prevent wrongdoing in its tracks by starting at the source – neighborhoods and communities. The grassroots effort is incorporating a partnership of police officers and community leaders to curb wrongdoing by creating a more approachable relationship among youth and families.

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Missouri Municipal Elections
3:04 pm
Tue April 5, 2011

Today's municipal elections running smoothly

Voter turnout today was higher than predicted in some areas.
(via Flickr/aperte)

Today’s elections seem to be running smoothly according to election officials in St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles County.

A low voter turnout was predicted across the board, but some areas are seeing higher turnout than expected.

Rich Chrismer, director of elections for St. Charles County, said the county is looking at an 18 percent turnout.

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