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Write Berry To Demand More Cops In Your Neighborhood

Write Berry To Demand More Cops In Your Neighborhood

Write Mayor Richard Berry to demand more police protection for your neighborhood.

If Lavu can do it, so can you.

That is, write Mayor Richard Berry a letter to demand more police protection for your neighborhood.

Actually, Shaun Willoughby, president of the Albuquerque Police Officers Association, has suggested all Albuquerqueans and every neighborhood association write Berry to demand the same prompt public safety response he has given Lavu, the company that threatened to leave Downtown and even the state, if the crime problem by its Downtown headquarters wasn’t promptly addressed.

But the problem, Willoughby says, is that cops will have to be pulled from other areas of the city in order to keep the area around Lavu’s headquarters safe and clean. That means your neighborhood could become less safe and a target for criminals.

Since Lavu’s letter to Berry prompted an immediate law enforcement response, ABQ Free Press felt that letters from you to the mayor would illicit the same response for your neighborhoods and places of work.

We used certain language that Lavu used, as they have proven they can get a fast response.

What is good for Downtown Albuquerque is good for all of Albuquerque.

Print the letter below and mail it to Berry’s office, or email the PDF to Berry with your name and contact information. His email is mayorberry@cabq.gov.

Dear Mayor Berry by ABQFreePress on Scribd

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  • Ron Marr
    July 11, 2017, 10:02 am

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Dennis Domrzalski is managing editor of ABQ Free Press. Reach him at dennis@freeabq.com.

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