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 Town Council Reviewing Police Dept Policy

March 21, 2007 - The Knightstown Town Council is expected to continue its review of policies governing the town's police officers at tonight's regular monthly meeting.

The council's meeting agenda indicates it will consider policies dealing with officers' area of patrol, residency requirements, and take-home vehicles when it meets tonight. Council member Cort Swincher told The Banner on Tuesday that these three issues were not addressed in the new standard operating procedures the council approved for the Knightstown Police Department last month.

"These would be internal policies separate from the SOP," Swincher said. "That way, the whole 35-page SOP won't need to be changed anytime the council decides to change one of these policies."

In other business tonight, the council is expected to consider on second reading a proposed ordinance that would annex approximately four acres of land on two lots just west of town. The ordinance was passed on first reading at the council's February meeting; a public hearing on the annexation effort and the third and final reading of the ordinance have been scheduled for the April 18 meeting.

Tonight's town council meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the council's meeting room on the west side of Knightstown Town Hall, 26 S. Washington St.

 

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