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  • Police chiefs, residents stress trust, cooperation in PSA video

    Six police chiefs in southern Wake County have teamed up with residents of their respective communities to create a video that aims to counteract possible ill feelings toward law enforcement officers.

Six police chiefs in southern Wake County have teamed up with residents of their respective communities to create a video that aims to counteract possible ill feelings toward law enforcement officers. Courtesy of Apex Police Department
Six police chiefs in southern Wake County have teamed up with residents of their respective communities to create a video that aims to counteract possible ill feelings toward law enforcement officers. Courtesy of Apex Police Department

PSA video aims to build trust between police and southern Wake residents

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