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Police Plan Park Presence At Cheyenne Frontier Days 2013

A spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department says that agency will maintain a strong presence at Frontier Park during CFD 2013.

Officer Dan Long says in addition to directing traffic and conducting patrols in and around the park, there will be plainclothes officers in the park looking for underage drinking

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Cheyenne Police Dedicate Officer To DUI Cases

A spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department says that agency now has an officer who will be dedicated only to DUI enforcement.

Officer Dan Long says Matt Chernak will be a full-time DUI officer, working Wednesdays through Saturdays

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Police To Increase Presence During Cheyenne Frontier Days 2013

The Cheyenne Police Department will be beefing up it's presence during Cheyenne Frontier Days 2013 with help from outside agencies, according to a spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department.

Officer Dan Long says the CPD will be bringing in officers from the Laramie and Casper Police Departments this year

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2012 Neighborhood Night Out\Amy Richards\ TSM
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Cheyenne Neighborhood Night Out Set for Tuesday July 9th

The multiple block party event designed to bring neighbors, businesses and police together to recognize and prevent crime in our community.

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Consumer Fireworks (Uillillia/Wikipedia)
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Cheyenne Police:Report Fireworks In City

A spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department is asking people to report anyone who uses fireworks within the city limits so they can be issued a citation.

Officer Dan Long is reminding city residents that the use, sale or possession of fireworks is illegal within the city of Cheyenne, and is asking for public help in battling fireworks violations

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Cheyenne Police To Get Help During Cheyenne Frontier Days

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says his agency will be getting help from other law enforcement agencies during this year's Cheyenne Frontier Days.

Kozak says his department has signed memorandums of understanding with the Casper Police Department, Laramie Police Department, Wyoming HIghway Patrol and the State Parks Department calling for those agencies to provide personnel specifically for DUI (Driving Under the Influence) enforcement during CFD 2013

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CPD Graffitti Abatement Program Recognized

The Cheyenne Police Department's Graffiti Abatement Program has been recognized with an award from the Wyoming Association of Municipalities.

WAM  singled out the graffiti-fighting  effort with it's ''Community Hero" award during the organization's statewide convention last week in Riverton

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Police Write 803 Tickets In Special Enforcement Effort

Police spent 24 man-hours in enforcing traffic violations in the area of Converse and 19th Street, where work on a new roundabout is underway.

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New Cheyenne Police Officers (Cheyenne PD Facebook)
New Cheyenne Police Officers (Cheyenne PD Facebook)
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Cheyenne PD Swears In New Officers

A spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department says the PD swore in three new officers on Friday.

Officer Dan Long says Craig Sanne, Mike Fernandez and Dan Twomey are the latest to join the force

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Kozak Calls For Tougher DUI Laws

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says Wyoming's current DUI laws are lax to the point of being "ridiculous".

The chief says one problem is the deferment  handed down to first time offenders. Kozak says that sentence allows "people to drive drunk until they get caught, and then it doesn't even count"

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