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CCPD, Brighton hail collaborative efforts

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By Crystal Nelson

BRIGHTON — Community policing efforts between the City of Brighton and Commerce City are paying off and police chiefs at both cities would like to see collaboration between the departments continue.

During Brighton City Council’s March 11 study session, Brighton Police Chief Clint Blackhurst and Commerce City Police Chief Troy Smith spoke of the success of community policing at Prairie View High School. 

Blackhurst said the program has been extremely successful since it started over a year ago.


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