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Let the Sunshine In: Most local law enforcement agencies choose openness



Most law enforcement agencies see their duty as to protect and serve the public, and in Augusta and its suburbs, three law enforcement organizations work to do precisely that, but they do not all have the same philosophy or approach to keeping the public informed about their efforts.

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  1. When will be finally be able to get Ramone Lamkin to run and send Sheriff Roundtree packing?

    Much like Mayor Johnson has already started turning things around, it likely wouldn’t be long before a Sheriff Lamkin would do much the same.

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