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Juneau Airport looks to new fees, savings to pay for increased costs

Juneau Airport looks to new fees, savings to pay for increased costsJuneau International Airport’s fiscal year 2014 budget will be more than half a million dollars larger than expected, due mostly to increased supply costs and a new federal requirement that the Juneau Police Department provide security.

Johnson to lead JPD

Johnson to lead JPD

Bryce Johnson, Asst. Bureau Commander, Salt Lake City Police Dept, has accepted the job as Juneau Police Chief. (Photo by Rosemarie Alexander)

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Peace officers remember fallen comrades

Peace officers remember fallen comrades

Forty-one  peace officers have already died in the line of duty in the United States, including two in Alaska.

Peace officers across the country  celebrated … more

APOA, the HUB team up for “Safe Summer 2013″

APOA, the HUB team up for “Safe Summer 2013″The Alaska Peace Officers Association and the HUB after school program are teaming up to provide a safe place for Juneau kids to go this summer.

Bears are waking up around Juneau

Bears are waking up around JuneauJuneau Police report two dumpsters downtown apparently rifled by a bear or bears in the past week.

JPD candidates say community policing is a ‘philosophy’ not a program

JPD candidates say community policing is a ‘philosophy’ not a programIt may be several weeks before Juneau hires a new police chief.

JPD chief candidates in Juneau; public invited

JPD chief candidates in Juneau; public invitedThe team selected to rate candidates for a new Juneau Police Chief reads like a “who’s who” in criminal justice and public safety in the capital city.

Three finalists for JPD police chief

Three finalists for JPD police chief

Three finalists for Juneau Police Chief will come to the capital city next week to compete in person for the job.

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Juneau police officers testify against bill reclassifying drug crimes

Juneau police officers testify against bill reclassifying drug crimesSenate Bill 56 would make it a misdemeanor to possess small amounts of narcotics like heroin, oxycodone, cocaine and meth with no intent to sell - crimes that are currently considered felonies.

Alleged meth dealer arrested at Juneau airport

Sheena Agustin is charged with misconduct involving a controlled substance in the third degree. She was taken to Lemon Creek Correctional Center, where she’s being held on no bail.