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Town hall meeting to address rising crime in Bellingham

Hosted by business community, forum will focus on police reforms

Police officers conduct a public training exercise at Bellingham International Airport in May. Business organizations will host a town hall on the connection between recent police reform laws and rising crime on Sept. 20 at the Whatcom Museum.
Police officers conduct a public training exercise at Bellingham International Airport in May. Business organizations will host a town hall on the connection between recent police reform laws and rising crime on Sept. 20 at the Whatcom Museum. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
A panel of law enforcement officers, health experts and elected officials will appear at a town hall
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