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NCJ Number: 155944 Find in a Library
Title: Aurora Police Department Annual Report 1994
Corporate Author: Aurora Police Dept
United States of America
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 18
Sponsoring Agency: Aurora Police Dept
Aurora, CO 80012
National Institute of Justice/
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Aurora Police Dept
15001 E. Alameda Drive
Aurora, CO 80012
United States of America
Document: PDF
Type: Report (Annual/Periodic)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This report presents statistics and narrative summaries of the activities of the Aurora, Colorado, Police Department during the calendar year 1994.
Abstract: The city of Aurora, Colorado, has a population in excess of 240,000 and encompasses an area of 135 square miles on the eastern portion of the Denver Metro Area. A pivotal project was completed in 1994 with the redesign of police patrol districts and beats. All 26 officers federally funded under the Police Hiring Supplement Project grant were hired, allowing for increased staffing in Patrol, the Police Area Representative Section, and the Gang Intervention Unit. Department personnel, along with other metro law enforcement agencies, were instrumental in planning and hosting a national symposium on youth violence in America. Attendees came from across the Nation. The keynote speaker was US Attorney General Janet Reno. The Department continued to improve its community policing efforts by actively pursuing positive media opportunities and by increasing the use of volunteers from the Aurora community. There is an organizational chart, Crime Summary Statistics, an illustration showing new police beats and districts, reports from each police division, awards and promotions, career opportunities and benefits as an Aurora Police Officer.
Main Term(s): Police
Index Term(s): Community policing; Gang Prevention; Police department volunteers; Statistics; Symposia; Violent juvenile offenders
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