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Texas Town Cuts Police Department

July 5, 2011
The City Council in Alto, Texas, has essentially eliminated its police department, reducing the police budget to zero and coordinating with the Cherokee County Sheriff's Officer to handle calls for the 1,200-resident town.

Camden Rehires 19 Cops, Memo Outlines Dismantling of Agency

May 24, 2011
Nineteen officers rejoined the Camden (N.J.) Police Department on Tuesday, as the police union's president questioned a memo outlining the dismantling of the agency in favor of county law enforcement.

Calif. City Outsources Police Services to Sheriff

April 4, 2011
The Half Moon Bay City Council voted Saturday to shut down its police department and contract out its law enforcement services to the San Mateo Sheriff's Department. The move is expected to save the cash-strapped city $509,000.

California City Disbands Police Force

July 8, 2010
The City Council voted in late June to disband its 85-year-old agency to save nearly two-thirds of next year's $3.5-million budget shortfall. The department has 32 employees. The sheriff's office, which has 462 deputies, has agreed to offer full-time jobs to all San Carlos officers.

California City Dismantles Police Department, Fires Officers

June 25, 2010
All the 60 members of the scandal-plagued department will be laid off, and the city will contract for law enforcement services with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
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