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Law enforcement patrol rates increase, but not as much as expected


Last updated 5/2/2018 at 9:05am

RIVERSIDE – Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff announced that the rates charged to 17 cities that contract with the county for law enforcement services will not jump as high as expected, despite mounting cost pressures.

According to a statement released by the sheriff’s executive staff, the anticipated rate adjustment is 6.65 percent, instead of the 8-10 percent increase that officials previously thought likely.

“The rate increased over last fiscal year’s rate due to still-rising labor costs, other county-directed charge increases, and the impact of the continued reduction in patro...

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