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Future of policing in Middletown and elsewhere in Dauphin County subject of public meeting at Penn State Harrisburg Wednesday

Posted 3/9/15

A public meeting on the possible future of policing in Middletown and in the rest of the lower end of Dauphin County will be presented at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 11, in the Capital Union Building of Penn State Harrisburg.

 

The meeting …

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Future of policing in Middletown and elsewhere in Dauphin County subject of public meeting at Penn State Harrisburg Wednesday

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A public meeting on the possible future of policing in Middletown and in the rest of the lower end of Dauphin County will be presented at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 11, in the Capital Union Building of Penn State Harrisburg.

 

The meeting is part of the police regionalization study being led by Dauphin County Commissioners.

 

During Wednesday night's meeting, a consulting firm hired by commissioners -- the Police Executive Research Forum, based in Washington, D.C. - will present preliminary results of what it has found so far.

 

Those results are expected to include findings that are specific to police departments in the lower end of Dauphin County - including Middletown, Highspire, and Steelton, according to county officials.