City of Prescott to Ensure Safety of Community on Inauguration Day Featured

John Heiney, City of Prescott January 13, 2021 429

Response to citizen concern about safety on Inauguration Day

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  • Due to recent national unrest, some citizens are concerned about Inauguration Day
  • City of Prescott Police Department is monitoring the situation
  • At this time, there is no evidence of planned activities
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The City of Prescott and Prescott Police Department have been contacted by some citizens, who express concerns about safety in conjunction with next week’s Presidential Inauguration.

The Prescott Police Department is continuously monitoring the situation and will plan accordingly based on facts that they discover during intelligence gathering.  At this time, there is no evidence of planned activities.  If a demonstration or other activity does take place, Prescott Police Department will work with other law enforcement agencies to ensure the safety of our community as well as protect the rights of everyone involved.

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Last modified on Wednesday, 13 January 2021 08:25
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