City officials look into using Department of Justice grant to offer new approach in handling low-level crimes, youth offenders
By Gene Sears
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 2:00 am (Updated: October 10, 2:02 am)
Community policing is a term often bandied about by politicians, usually lacking in substance.
Not so in Fort Lupton, where city officials are weighing a $42,000 Colorado Department of Justice grant targeting alternative methods to reform youthful offenders.
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