Innovative Approaches to Rethinking Public Safety (Innovation Awards)

by Renbee M. Winsky

Publisher: National League of Cities

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For example, Toledo–Lucas County (Ohio) Public Library (TLCPL) has announced that when it reopens after its COVID shutdown, many of the security staff members in its branches will no longer carry arms or wear uniforms.

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