Rep. Tuck’s October 25th Newsletter: My Ride Along with the APD

Before heading to Juneau for this special session on crime, I wanted to experience first-hand what it’s like to have boots on the ground in Anchorage’s streets, working to protect the public safety. It is important to learn from our front-line officers who are burdened with the additional responsibility as a result of the recent uptick in crime.

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Rep. Grenn’s October 25th Newsletter: Want to know more about SB54?

Around our state, crime is on the rise. People feel scared and that fear is warranted. As a father of three, public safety is my highest concern. I know you’ll agree with me that quick action is needed to find solutions that protect our families and our neighbors. Everyone deserves the right to feel safe in their community. And we need to protect victims and individual rights.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s October 24th Newsletter: Special Session, Crime and Budget and the State Ombudsman in Fairbanks

Last weekend, I attended a ceremony in New York City honoring my late Uncle, Officer David Guttenberg. He was a decorated police officer who gave his life in the line of duty. A street was officially renamed after him to honor his sacrifice.

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Rep. Tarr’s October 24th Newsletter: Tonight! An Invitation to Testify on SB54- Public Safety Fixes

An Invitation to Testify on SB54 – As much as I loved being home in Airport Heights, we’re now all back in Juneau for the fourth special session! We hit the ground running yesterday, working on SB 54, the revision to our crime bill.

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