SFPD hold town hall, discusses steps taken

SFPD hold town hall, discusses steps taken
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    IT'S FAST FOOD AND HEALTHY. WE TAKE YOU TO THE NEWEST EATERY IN DOWNTOWN. Reporter: GOOD EVENING. THE SIOUX FALLS POLICE HELD A TOWN HALL MEETING FOCUSED ON THE RECENT GUN SHUTS IN SIOUX FALLS. DAN SANTELLA IS WITH HAD RECAP OF WHAT HE LEARNED A THET MEETING. Reporter: I WAS TOLD THAT THE AREA MEETING WAS BETWEEN RICE AND 46th. PEOPLE BATHERED TONIGHT TO GATHERED TONIGHT TO ASK QUESTIONS. Reporter: CHANGES ARE TAKING PLACE IN LIGHT OF THE RECENT SHOOTINGS. WE HAVE REALLOCATED PROJECTS TO BRING THEM OVER TO THE KENNY ANDERSON AREA TO GIVE THE OPPORTUNITIES TO ATTACK THESE PROBLEMS. HE ALSO DISCUSSED THE STREET CRIMES UNIT HEMMING OUT BUT MAY GO UNNOTICED. THEY OFTEN WORK IN PLAIN CLOTHES AND UNMARKED VEHICLES. SO THERE ARE OFFICERS YOU MIGHT NOT SEE. WE CAME HERE TONIGHT TO JUST BE INVOLVED IN BOTS GOING ON IN OUR CITY. WITH WE SPOKE WITH THEM AFTERWARD BOTH WERE PLEASED. WERE YOU HAPPY WITH WHAT WHAT YOU HEARD FROM SIOUX FALLS POLICE? VERY HAPPY. I'M HAPPY AND I'M LIKING TO IMPROVEMENTS THEY'RE MAKING.
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