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CCSD Police Chief James Ketsaa
CCSD Police Chief James Ketsaa

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AIR DATE: May 18, 2012

James Ketsaa is the new police chief for Clark County School District.  His predecessor resigned after a cover-up scandal involving CCSD cops and a party with underage drinkers.  So what will the new chief do differently?  He was acting chief since January, and he's been on the force for 20 years.  Chief Ketsaa joins us to talk about bullying, gangs, safety measures, and how he plans to move forward.
 
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James Ketsaa,Police Chief, CCSD

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I live near Durango High School and graffiti is a very bad problem around here. The teenagers are tagging all the light poles, signs, walls, mail boxes, the walking path and everything else! The closer you get to the school the worse it is. I know from the time it's appearing they are doing in the morning mostly on the way to school. Is there anyway to get help with this! It seems that no one is watching or caring about it. They need to get busted! They are out of control.
ShawnMay 17, 2012 09:53:28 AM
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