SOS Radio interviews Grants Pass Public Safety Chief

SOS Radio records all the weekly SOS meetings and also broadcasts other interviews with SOS team leaders and community members that can provide valuable input on the topic of our Criminal Justice System.  Please visit our CALENDAR page for recordings of SOS meetings and the SOS RADIO page for other interviews.

SOS Radio interviews Grants Pass Public Safety Chief:

The City of Grants Pass Public Safety Chief Joe Henner discusses the impact on the City of having reduced Criminal Justice Services (use the link below):

SOS Radio interview with GP Department of Public Safety Chief Henner:  SOS Radio – GPDPS Chief Henner

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KTVL CBS Channel 10 reports on Criminal Justice funding developments and Securing Our Safety

Here is a video segment from KTVL CBS Channel 10 reporting on Criminal Justice funding developments and Securing Our Safety:  http://www.ktvl.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/ktvl_vid_2613.shtml?wap=0

“Having been in real estate for 35 years in Josephine County, it has made me nervous that I have customers coming to me now and listing their homes because they’re either been burglarized or fear of more burglaries without having those people prosecuted,” Frick said.

“Frick is a member of Securing Our Safety. The group meets once a week to look at ways to make the criminal justice system money.”

Thanks Jim for representing SOS!

SOS Radio interviews the Sales Tax Subcommittee

This morning the SOS Subcommittee on Sales Tax was interviewed by Mike of SOS Radio.  Here is a link to the first of many SOS Radio subcommittee segments:  SOS RADIO – Sales Tax Interview

The Sales Tax Subcommittee stressed that it is important to visit our website at www.SecuringOurSafety.org and fill out the online survey about levels of criminal justice services and funding options.

For the SOS Radio audio of past SOS general meetings you can also visit our web page HERE to listen to all the committees hard at work to find solutions to restoring funding for Josephine County Criminal Justice programs.