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First of all, I really doubt there is a police department in the state that doesn't have overtime. Police departments are not like a business where work can just be passed onto the next guy on duty. Reporting and follow up so that the crimes that are committed can be prosecuted has to be completed by the same person, not the next guy on duty.
Secondly, as I understand it, part of the problem with the K-9 program is that police departments (not just Sunnyside's) need specially trained dogs that are not marijuana sensitive.
Finally, I really appreciate the changes that have occurred due to the efforts of the Sunnyside Police Department. There have been a lot of departments in our area that have said they are focusing on gangs and crimes, but the efforts of the Sunnyside Police Department have been the first that I have seen that really work.
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