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Cheryl Brown joins fight for safe communities

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By Mark Feliece

FONTANA, CA-The Fontana Speedway paid host to one of the region’s most significant law enforcement gatherings, California Attorney General Kamala’s Inland Empire Public Safety Conference. San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Rod Hoops hosted and power packed event where police chiefs, prosecutors, public safety advocates, victims organizations, policemen, highway patrolmen and deputy sheriffs gather to discuss pressing issues of public safety and recognize the year’s past accomplishments. Cheryl Brown actively participated and celebrated the event on behalf of Assembly Member Wilmer Carter, who was unable to attend due to pressing Sacramento business.

Among those honored were the outstanding K9 Squad of the Fontana Police Department, Highway Patrolman Chris Solberg and San Bernardino County Supervising District Attorney Investigator Maurice Landrum.

The event was well attended and substantive. It began with a presentation of pressing challenges to crime fighting across Inland California. Among those were narcotics, domestic violence and gang warfare. Public officials from across the regionjoined the ceremonies, among them were Assembly Member Kevin Jefferies (theonly Republican in the State Legislature to support the landmark Homeowner’s Bill of Rights), Assemblyman Mike Morrell, Fontana Mayor Aquanetta Warren, Senators Gloria Negrete McLeod & Robert Dutton.

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