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Sheriff David A. Weaver November, 2012 REAL LIFE TRAINING FOR REAL WORLD DANGER Undersheriff : “Without a doubt, this kind of training saved his life.” Police from all over the state can now train for real-life dangerous situations in a new law enforcement facility that boasts the newest interactive computer program that spits out virtual bad guys, a tactical bay area to practice high-risk traffic stops, a huge defensive tactics mat room and one of the largest classrooms available. See pages 5 & 6 for “New Facility” 6,322 PIECES OF CANDY FOR LITTLE MONSTERS At Trick-or-Treat Street in Highlands Ranch and the DCSO See page 6 Diaper Candy ! INSIDE THIS ISSUE Sheriff’s Message, page 2 Happy Equals Healthy, page 3 How do you say ‘Sheriff” in Russian?, page 4 New Facility, pages 5 & 6 Who Dunnit?, page 7 Lil’ Monsters, page 8 Pancakes and Tips page 9 Stop! An app for that, page 10 Code Red, page 11 Shave & Save, page 12 Facebook Feedback, page 13 Calendar of Events, page 14 Douglas County Sheriff’s Office 4000 Justice Way Castle Rock, CO 80109 303-660-7505 Non emergency: 303-6607500 Patrol: 303-660-7546 Jail Info: 303-660-7550 Traffic Safety Hotline: Vision: To BE THE LEADER in public safety!

Briefing Room November 2012

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