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Elkhart Co. announcing new crime reduction plans

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Elkhart County is unveiling a new crime reduction initiative on Monday.  To help spread the word, the Sheriff's Department will be holding meetings throughout the area.  Below is a list of each of the public meetings.  The meetings are organized for residents of specific townships.

Sheriff Brad Rogers will also be holding a news conference at 9:00am on Monday.  Check back here on FOX28.com or tune in to FOX28 News at 10 on Monday for more on the initiative.

Meeting Locations and Times

York Township
July 8 @ 6:30pm

York Elementary School
13549 SR 120
Bristol

Baugo Township
July 9 @ 6:00pm
Baugo Twp. Fire Dept.
57955 CR 3
Elkhart

Concord Township
July 9 @ 6:30pm
Elkhart County Sheriff's Dept.
Law Enforcement Training Room
26861 CR 26
Elkhart

Cleveland Township
July 9 @ 6:30pm

Cobus Creek County Park Shelter
30680 CR 8
Elkhart

Jackson & Benton Townships
July 9 @ 6:30pm
Fairfield High School
68350 CR 31
Goshen

Olive, Harrison, Locke, & Union Townships
July 9 @ 7:30pm
Harrison Twp. Fire Dept.
63061 CR 13
Goshen

Washington Township
July 9 @ 7:00pm
Zion Lutheran Church
53013 CR 19
Bristol

Elkhart & Clinton Townships
July 10 @ 6:00pm
Brenneman Memorial Church
61115 SR 15
Goshen

Jefferson & Middlebury Townships
July 11 @ 7:00pm
Northridge High School
56779 Northridge Dr.
Middlebury

Osolo Township
July 12 @ 6:00pm
Osolo Fire Department
24936 Buddy St.
Elkhart

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