San Antonio Police Department
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Aug

2018

Vision Zero San Antonio and SAPD Kick Off Road Safety Initiative to Address Increased Traffic Fatalities

CONTACT: Leslie Komet, 210-326-8992
leslie@kometcommunications.com
Darlene Dorsey, 210-834-4263
Darlene.dorsey@sanantonio.gov

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19

Feb

2018

Media advisory - grace period begins for residents to pay fines for outstanding warrants

February 19, 2018, San Antonio, Texas: The San Antonio Police Department and the City of San Antonio Municipal court announces the beginning of the three week Warrant Resolution Campaign.

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22

Jan

2018

San Antonio Police Academy Welcomes First Cadet Class of the New Year

108 Cadets Currently Appointed to Academy; Three More Classes Scheduled Through September

Author: Anonym
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Dec

2017

SAPD Records and ID Offices Closed

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Nov

2017

San Antonio Police Department Receives $3,125,000 for Community Policing Efforts from U.S. Department of Justice

Author: Anonym

Contact: Sgt. Michelle Ramos, 210-207-7579 sapdpio@sanantonio.gov
Thea Setterbo, 210-207-7349 thea.setterbo@sanantonio.gov

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