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Government, Opinion, Public Safety
December’s school shooting in Newtown, Conn., reopened the debate on whether violent video games lead to violence in real life. Tell us if you believe such games have a real-world impact.
Opinion, Schools, Public Safety
In the digital age, are we allowing children to use, and potentially abuse, social media at too early of an age? Tell us what you think.
The Marietta Police Department’s H.E.A.T. Unit will develop and implement strategies to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities from drugs and alcohol, speed and aggressive driving, and non-use of safety belts within their jurisdiction.
The Marietta Police Department’s Training Unit will host a Firearm Safety Seminar on Thursday, Feb. 28.
Government, Schools, Public Safety
Commissioners this morning are also expected to conduct the second of three public hearings related to a federal program that checks for illegal immigrants.
The Marietta Police Department's Firearm Safety Seminar is designed for civilians and will cover a variety of topics including: safety, laws and alternative weapon usage.
Almost 700 people are expected to attend the Marietta Police Department's Firearm Safety Seminar on Thursday at the Marietta Middle School Auditorium.
The Marietta Police Department announced its new initiative titled “Slow Down Marietta” in a proactive effort to keep the roads in Marietta safe for the driving public.
The Neighborhood Files, Public Safety
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