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What is being done to eliminate gang activity in our City ("tagging" on buildings on Sims St and on the underpasses)?
The elimination of gang related activity in our City is spearheaded by the Police Department but the degree of success is determined by our collective efforts. Our Police Officers have been specifically trained to recognize gang activity and capture relevant information. A Police Sergeant has been assigned as the focal point for receiving, collecting, reviewing and disseminating gang related information; and for coordinating with other Public Safety organizations and responding in the most appropriate manner.

Tagging is one element of gang activity. All tagging is photographed by the Police for informational and investigative use. As with any act of vandalism, call 911 to report such activity. Once the Police conclude the investigation, information will be provided to the Code Enforcement Officer and Public Works Director so they can work with the property owner to have the graffiti removed or painted over.

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3. What is being done to eliminate gang activity in our City ("tagging" on buildings on Sims St and on the underpasses)?

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