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"Joplin Insider" focuses on new Public Safety Training Center

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POSTED ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF JOPLIN

In the next program of Joplin Insider, viewers will learn more about the Public Safety Training Center that recently opened in Joplin.

Public Information Officer Lynn Onstot visits with Joplin Police Chief Lane Roberts and Joplin Fire Chief Mitch Randles about the development of the facility and the variety of training exercises and courses that will be taught at the center. The group also discusses the work involved during the two phases of the training center’s completion.

Joplin Insider, the City’s 30-minute interview television show, is in cooperation with KGCS-TV and the Department of Communication at Missouri Southern State University. This episode will air several times throughout November including:

Here are dates for the next two weeks:

  • Tuesday, Nov. 12 – 6:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, Nov. 14 – 5:30 p.m.
  • Monday, Nov. 18 – 5:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 19 – 6:00 p.m.

Future shows will address seasonal topics for the upcoming months, as well as focus on programs and activities offered by the City.

KGCS programming may be seen over the air on digital channel 22, and on regional cable television systems including Cable One, Mediacom and Suddenlink. The station operates as a service of the Department of Communication at Missouri Southern State University.

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