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Wednesday, 23 March 2011 19:32

WCU police receive military surplus

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Two portable light towers each bright enough to illuminate an area the size of a football field are the latest pieces of equipment Western Carolina University police received through the N.C. Attorney General’s Law Enforcement Support Services program. The program works through the Defense Reutilization Management Office, which makes military surplus equipment available to law enforcement agencies at no cost. The light towers will assist campus police in emergencies and power failures. 828.227.7301.

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