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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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(courtesy of Keith Allison via Flickr)
(courtesy of Keith Allison via Flickr)
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Police Respond to Disturbance On East Lincolnway

Cheyenne Police responded to the 600 Block of East Lincolnway Thursday evening at 8:50 pm on a report of a disturbance, according to Cheyenne Police Department spokesman Dan Long.

He says the initial report was that gunshots had been fired, but investigators have not found any evidence of that

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Former Dinneen's Car Dealership (Doug Randall/TSM)
Former Dinneen's Car Dealership (Doug Randall/TSM)
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Further Testing Of Dinneen’s Property Needed

An official with the Cheyenne Police Department says that while an environmental analysis of the property the city wants to use for a new Public Safety Building didn't raise any red flags, some further testing for environmental hazards will be needed before the purchase of the property can be finalized

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(courtesy of Keith Allison via Flickr)
(courtesy of Keith Allison via Flickr)
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Tickets Still Available for “Why Teens Kill” Seminar

A spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department says tickets are still available for the "Why Teens Kill" seminar May 21 at the Cheyenne Civic Center.

Officer Dan Long says the event will feature Phil Chalmers, who Long says is the nation's leading authority on juvenile homicide and juvenile  mass murder

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Jon Green, Townsquare Media
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Cheyenne Police Walking A Beat Downtown

The Cheyenne Police Department has began assigning officers foot patrols., or walking a beat as it is commonly known, in the downtown area according to a department spokesman.

Officer Dan Long says having officers on foot in the downtown business district increases their approachability and gives them a chance to get to know people in the area better

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Jon Green, Townsquare Media
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Kozak: Local Police Plan For Terrorism

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says his agency implements anti-terrorism security measures at Cheyenne Frontier Days and other events that draw large numbers of people.

Kozak says police  plan ahead of such events to see what sort of security measures need to be implemented

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