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Chief nervous about police shortage

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State police shortage causes strain on local police force

By Jason Morrow

The Lebanon Police department will soon be understaffed, but Police Chief Wally Brady wants people to know that the streets will still be covered.
Brady addressed the Lebanon City Council on Monday, Nov. 7, to report on the current staffing issues with the department.
“I was in service training last week with 100 chiefs across the state of Kentucky,” Brady said, “and all the police departments across the state of Kentucky are dealing with the same situation that we’re dealing with.”


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