Police say community’s role is the key to fighting crime
DeKALB – Local law enforcement officers talked about the biggest problems facing the community – like thefts, assaults and online bullying – during a panel discussion Tuesday on crime prevention.
At the Ben Gordon Center, DeKalb Police Chief Gene Lowery, Sycamore police Lt. Cary Singer and Gary Dumdie, chief deputy of the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office, discussed issues within their jurisdictions and ways the public can address crime and violence.
Holly Peifer, director of the Children’s Advocacy Center, said the DeKalb County Partnership for a Safe, Active and Family Environment wanted to offer a presentation on community violence from law enforcement’s perspective.
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