Peralta approves agreement to ask BF for police service
Bosque Farms police officers may soon be patrolling the streets of Peralta. The Peralta Town Council voted 3-0 Wednesday to sign a joint powers agreement with Bosque Farms to provide police services after ...
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#1 Jun 18, 2008
So, in this article it states that BF will be spending less money to have an officer patrol 24/7. I have two questions, where is all the money going to go with all the tickets that Bosque Farms PD is going to write? The article states that Bosque Farms PD will be hiring another officer, is this the officer that will patrolling 24/7? I think that the Peralta town council needs to take more time to think this one through before going through with anything permanent. Is it legal for one town police department to patrol in another town's area? I'm sure that I can think of many more.....just give me time. Can anyone tell me how to get a hold of the Peralta town mayor? If we have a complaint on the officer, do we call the Bosque Farms Town Council or the Peralta Town Council? Peralta needs their own police department. Peralta needs to get some money on the books before taking on such a venture. The sherrifs are busy people but I think thay do a good job.
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