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Authorities say the program is part enforcement and part deterrent.
With one word and five numbers, people who suspect illegal drug activity can report it.
Twenty-five officials learn new policing strategies in Crisis Intervention Training. January 30 2017 Show 019 Hour 2 Guests: SDPB's Kealey Bultena, Senate Bill 55; Karl Jegeris, Rapid City chief of police, talks 2016 crime statistics; SDPB's Karl Gehrke, talks about first jazz recording on record; Richard Carlson, photographer, images of the past The Rapid City Police Department is investigating the kidnapping of two adult male subjects by two unknown males.
On Saturday, December third, the two victims were exiting a gas station on the North Side of Rapid City, when police say they were threatened with guns by the subjects who got into the backseat of the victims vehicle.
Researchers from the Justice Policy Center say initial results are promising, but the work isn’t finished.
A new report indicates changes that keep more offenders out of prison are helping state coffers without risking public safety.
He spent almost 20 years in prison, and then his sentence was reconsidered at a hearing in Fort Pierre, held on Thursday and Friday last week.
That means judges sentencing people for low-level felonies keep offenders in communities instead of sending them to prison.
Amendment S, known as Marsy's Law, establishes constitutional rights for crime victims in South Dakota.
SDPB's Victoria Wicks joined Dakota Midday guest host Cara Hetland to provide details on how Amendment S will work.
A Sioux Falls doctor is accused of human trafficking after authorities rescued a teenage girl from his home.
Officials say they arrested 36-year-old Jonathan Cohen Tuesday after the victim called 911 for help.