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Updates for October: Changes to Department and Halloween Safety
writes, "October brings a welcomed change of seasons, and with this we have experienced some (good) changes at the Eagle Police Department!"
We have hired a new code enforcement officer, administrative assistant and our very own sergeant Mike Rowe was selected to be the administrative sergeant at headquarters. I will be interviewing two sergeants from the County who have put in letters of interest to join our Eagle team. We also have two deputies who have put in for two positions at headquarters and they are likely to be selected for those positions which will allow us to select their replacements. The movement is a great thing for the City and is great for the deputies because they gain invaluable experience here and then get to do some specialty positions with the County.

Recently, I attended the FBI national academy association annual conference and learned about a safety reminder for Halloween. Many of us are concerned about making sure our children's candy is safe for them to eat after their adventures through the neighborhoods. While ensuring the candy is safe for your children, it is more important for your children to leave and arrive home safely. Sadly, children are more at risk to be involved in a collision with a car while walking or crossing the roads on Halloween. Please have your children take flashlights, reflective clothing or bands, and use crosswalks. If their costumes limit visibility you should consider modifying them to allow your children to see vehicles properly. Roller blades and skateboards are also more risky on Halloween night. It is also a great idea to go with your children to ensure their safety.

If you are driving on Halloween be aware that children are out and focused on getting candy, not necessarily watching for cars. We want to make sure that everyone has a good time and that everyone is safe!

Dana Borgquist, Eagle Chief of Police


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