by: Scott McCaulley
Harrison Police Chief Chris Graddy says plans are in place to make sure Law Enforcement Services continue if his department should get hit hard by COVID-19.
Chief Graddy, on KHOZ’s “Around the Table” Program Monday, talked about how his department handled COVID-19 including his absence when he came down with the Virus in December. Graddy said they delayed the planned consolidation of Dispatch Services with Boone County 911 as a back-up if either the city or county Law Enforcement was dealing with an outbreak.
Graddy also recapped the events of 2020 including COVID-19 issues as well as Protests that took place in the region. The complete interview with Chief Graddy from “Around the Table” is below: