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Gloversville police work shows in crime stats

The Gloversville Police Department at City Hall.
The Gloversville Police Department at City Hall.
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Domestic violence reports increased by more than 30 percent in the city of Gloversville last year, adding to jumps in assault, theft and drunken driving that made for a busy 2012 for police. City Police Chief Donald W. VanDeusen said details in his year-end report for 2012 also indicate success in a new department philosophy that’s bringing officers closer to citizens in the city of about 15,600. “There’s a good chance, if you’re on the ...


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diane
January 30, 2013
12:12 a.m.

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Obviously the increased number of officers is having an impact in the city. Keep up the good work :)

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