Dayton P.D. Seeks Funds As Post-Newtown Patrol Puts Strain On Manpower
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Posted: February 4, 2013
By ALEX ROHR
Lt. Daniel Hanlon (right) stands guard with Dayton Police Chief D.L. Conley during a class change at Wilbur S. Pence Middle School on Thursday. Since the Newtown shootings, the Dayton P.D. has had officers at Pence throughout the school day. But that has stretched the department’s manpower to its limits, a situation Conley hopes to alleviate by hiring another officer. (Photos by Michael Reilly)
Hanlon high-fives students M.J. Dandridge (right) and Channing Crouch at Pence last week.
DAYTON — Volunteering its staff as school resource officers at Wilbur Pence Middle School has stretched the Dayton Police Department to its limits, and then some.