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Security measures to make summer events safer 

Local law enforcement continues to strive to make the community safer with more events and festivals planned this summer. Sturgeon Bay Assistant Police Chief Dan Brinkman says procedures and security measures are the same as before the COVID pandemic. However, the hardening of routes for festivals and parades is continually being looked at to prevent an attack like the Waukesha Christmas Parade last year. He notes that it is vital for people to be the “eyes and ears” for the police in reporting anything that appears suspicious or out of the ordinary.



Brinkman says the public can help by being good witnesses to any potential criminal activity. He recommends not confronting anyone and letting the police handle a potentially dangerous situation. 


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