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Law enforcement shared services plan under way

September 28, 2011

As Howard County Sheriff Stan Parker, left, listens, Big Spring Police Department Chief Lonnie Smith discusses some impending changes in local law enforcement services during a Tuesday news conference. (HERALD photo/Steve Reagan)

As the Big Spring Police Department and Howard County Sheriff's Office move toward more consolidated services, several changes are on the horizon.

The most obvious sign of change, however, just may be a locked door.

During a Wednesday news conference, Big Spring Police Department Chief Lonnie Smith and Howard County Sheriff Stan Parker announced several steps the two agencies are taking to offer more consolidated services to area citizens.

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