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Rules of the road
Rules of the road

If you have a classic case of "lead foot," well, it's time to slow down.

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Meet officer Majlo
Meet officer Majlo

Mt. Juliet Police Cpl. James Owens said he's already bonded with his new partner on the force and expects that bond to grow everyday as they work as a team on the streets of Mt. Juliet.

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Year in Review: Public Safety in 2016
Year in Review: Public Safety in 2016

The past year saw a change at the top of Lebanon's police force, the resolution of a cold case and a group of citizens standing together in the wake of a national tragedy.

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CU hosts panel on child abuse
CU hosts panel on child abuse

In 2012, statistics showed 3.4 million referrals made to child protective services nationwide of children being abused or neglected.

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Local LEOs to take 300 kids to circus
Local LEOs to take 300 kids to circus

Local law enforcement agencies have teamed up with Wilson County Masonic Lodges to make the Shrine Circus, which takes place October 13-16 in Nashville, accessible to 300 children.

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MJ venue hosts free family photos to police officers
MJ venue hosts free family photos to police officers

Mt. Juliet was the venue for a Nashville photographer who took free pictures of about 40 police officers and their families this weekend on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorists attacks.

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MJPD accepting reserve officer applications

The Mt. Juliet Police Department is seeking dedicated individuals who want to be involved in law enforcement and public safety to serve in the department's reserve officer program.

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Year in Review: Law Enforcement
Year in Review: Law Enforcement

Fear and grief struck the community on Monday, Feb. 10, when an explosive device detonated and took the life of Lebanon resident Jon Setzer, 74, at his home on 576 Vance Lane and inflicted mortal wounds to his wife, Marion Setzer, 72.

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