Fact Box By theSince 2007, Operation Our Town has raised more than $2.3 million with nearly $1.5 million coming from businesses, Kamagraaustralia organizations and individuals and more than $800,000 from federal grants. http://www.kamagraaustralia.net $1,252,290 from businesses $823,587 from federal grants $200,646 from organizations $34,189 from individuals He urged people to get involved with neighborhood watch groups as Operation Our Town continues to find ways to help people “take back our neighborhoods and make them safe.” Fiore said without the support of the people in the community, the organization would not have produced the positive results it has in the last five years.”We’ve got to do this as a community,” Fiore said.More money, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sildenafil Randy Feathers, regional director with the Attorney General’s Office’s Bureau of Narcotics Investigation, said in the last five years Operation Our Town has helped police in Blair County make 2,500 drug arrests, Kamagra Jelly Australia including large busts such as Operation “Got Shorty” in 2010 where Gene “Shorty” Carter was ultimately sentenced to 104 to 216 years in state prison for running a million dollar cocaine and heroin operation.
Feathers, who chairs Operation Our Town’s law enforcement committee, said the organization’s funding to police has meant as well as more tools, Kamagraaustralia particularly electronic surveillance equipment, that police need to carry out longterm investigations and conduct countywide drug sweeps.Feathers said in the past five years, Blair County has witnessed a drop in drug deaths as well as overall crime, including a 75 percent drop in violent crime.Apart from helping police to enforce drug laws, Feathers pointed out Operation Our Town has fed into prevention and treatment efforts such as the Booker T. http://www.kamagraaustralia.net Washington Recreation Complex at 19th Street and 13th Avenue in Altoona, something Feathers noted has improved the quality of life for children in that neighborhood.”Operation Our Town gave $20,000, and we were able to build a playground,” said Feathers, who said police understand that there is more to addressing illegal drugs than making arrests. People sell drugs because they are addicted, Feathers said, Kamagra Gel Australia and then there are those people who come to Blair County merely to sell drugs for profit.
Drug prosecutor’s role When Assistant District Attorney Pete Weeks interviewed for his Operation Our Town funded job as Blair County’s drug prosecutor, Kamagraaustralia he recalled asking District Attorney Richard Consiglio if he could go after stiff sentences.To Weeks, it was a matter of making it an unattractive proposition to deal drugs in Blair County.”These people in the business of selling drugs look at law enforcement and jail as the cost of doing business,” Weeks said, adding that the difference between a three year sentence and 15 years behind bars changes things for offenders, especially if they are in their 30s or 40s.”That is not a cost of doing business,” Weeks said of a 15 year sentence. “That makes it so it takes them out of the game.” http://www.kamagraaustralia.net Weeks said there’s nothing wrong with treatment and prevention efforts but said there’s a difference between an addict selling drugs to support a habit and career criminals who immediately return to peddling narcotics after getting out of prison.Weeks pointed to Derrick Dawson, who last week was convicted of cocaine dealing in Blair County. Weeks said he prosecuted the 26 year old Philadelphia man in 2008, when he received a two to four year state prison sentence. After Dawson was released, Weeks said Altoona police were soon able to conduct controlled drug buys off Dawson.Weeks said people like Dawson are his biggest concern and noted that without the diligent work of police, he wouldn’t be successful at getting longer state sentences for convicted drug dealers. Weeks said strong evidence is the key to prosecuting drug cases with significant sentences, Kamagra Australia and he credited police in Blair County with providing him with what he needs to do the job of getting dealers off the streets for decades instead of years.