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Administrators of smaller police agencies are experts at making the most of limited resources. In this issue of the Police Chief, several share their ideas for promoting the department, forming partnerships with local businesses and schools, intervening in the lives of at-risk children, and reducing noise complaints. Photograph courtesy University of Vermont Police Services.

Alarm Industry Steps Up to Reduce False Alarm Calls through Enhanced Call Verification
A New Tool to Combat Pharmacy Theft
Marketing the Smaller Agency
The TUPPER Project: A Shared Law Enforcement Information Network
Conference Preview
Low-Cost Innovations: Police-Community Partnership Program
By John Scimeca, Captain, Lodi Police Department, Lodi, New Jersey
Low-Cost Innovations: Community Outreach through Children's Programs
By J. D. Ervin, Chief of Police, and Michael Swilaski, Lieutenant, Pocomoke City, Maryland
Low-Cost Innovations: Reducing Nuisance Parties and Noise Complaints
By Kevin M. Courtney, Director of Public Safety, Big Rapids, Michigan
Low-Costs Innovations: Proud: Giving Neighbor-hoods a Fresh Start
By Kenny L. Smith, Chief of Police, Morrow, Georgia
In Partnership with NHTSA: Washington State Patrol Focuses on Aggressive Drivers
By Chief Lowell M. Porter, Washington State Patrol, Olympia, Washington
Youth Referral System
By Tom Sanchez, Captain, Hollywood Police Department, Florida


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