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Turlock police make additional changes to downtown security following January shootings

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The Turlock Police Department has increased its efforts to improve safety downtown, the police chief said Friday.

On Facebook, police Chief Jason Hedden wrote that in response to two shootings near the Grand Cru last month, the department had changed the requirements of the bar’s conditional use permit. The changes include:

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How Modesto, Turlock schools plan to beef up pool security following student drowning

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The Turlock Unified School District plans to strengthen its pool security in wake of the drowning of a high school student last weekend, while some other districts in the area also are reviewing their safety policies.

TUSD Director of Communications Marie Russell said changes are coming after the drowning death of Turlock High senior Angel Dominguez Jr. in his school’s pool.

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Home security cameras ‘an extra set of eyes’ to help solve crimes

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CALIFORNIA, USA — They are on almost every street, acting as the eyes and ears when you are not home. Security cameras are nothing new to Northern California neighborhoods, but police are now using security camera registries to help solve crimes.

The Roseville Police Department is just one of about 15 departments in the area using citizen's cameras to capture crime happening in the area through comunity-police relationship program. Roseville's is called Keep Watch.

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