GPD: Crime Rate Lower Compared to Same Time Last Year
Published August 22nd, 2013
GAINESVILLE - Crime is down in the city of Gainesville, according to new statistics presented Wednesday night in a town hall forum held by the Gainesville Police Department.
It was a way to highlight the city's recent advances in fighting crime, but also to provide residents with a chance to ask questions.
TV20's Trent Kelly reports that while crime was down in the big picture, there are still areas that need work.
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