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Nebraska City News-Press - Nebraska City, NE
  • Syracuse police contract on county's Oct. 8 agenda

  • The contract between Syracuse and the Otoe County Sheriff's Office for continuous law enforcement services is scheduled to go before the Otoe County Board on Tuesday, Oct. 8.

    Syracuse will provide a patrol vehicle and pay $180,000 in each of three years. The city has the option to renegotiate after the third year.
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  • The contract between Syracuse and the Otoe County Sheriff's Office for continuous law enforcement services is scheduled to go before the Otoe County Board on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
    Syracuse will provide office space, a patrol vehicle and pay $180,000 in each of three years. The city has the option to renegotiate after the third year.
    The agreement names Otoe County Sheriff Jim Gress as chief of police in Syracuse and delegates full police powers to deputies.
    The sheriff's office will provide law enforcement services 24 hours a day, seven days per week. Services include patrols by uniformed officers, responding to citizen complaints, attending city council meetings and providing a monthly report.
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