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Assembly Candidate Levins Opposes Freeholder Cappelli’s Countywide Police Service Plan

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GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ – Wil Levins, 5th District Republican candidate for State Assembly, Clipped_wil_pic opposes the plan for a Countywide Police Service offered by Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli.

Sources inside the County have stated that a Countywide Police Service, that began planning in February, could come online by the end of June with Camden City as the only participant.


“Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli’s Countywide Police Service plan amounts to nothing more than policemen’s union busting and another huge county taxpayer bail-out for Camden City”, Levins said. “It is being rushed through development and is not being planned appropriately to become a long- term cost reduction benefit for our residents.”


“The Countywide Police Service plan in Somerset County has been in development for over a year, with all parties involved, to ensure an effective and efficient transition. Similarly, the Gloucester County Dispatch System took eight years to develop and implement. Yet our County Freeholders and State elected representatives are trying to ram Mr. Cappelli’s plan through in less than six months. This plan was poor political theater when Mr. Cappelli first announced his idea and the people of Camden County are going to get a very bad deal if this is hastily forced upon us.”

 

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