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Local Officials Recognized @ Breakfast Event in Jasper County

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JOPLIN, MISSOURI -

On April 15th, 2016 members of the Joplin Police Department Detective Division attended the 18th Annual Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney’s Crime Victim’s Breakfast along with other members of the Joplin Police Department and multiple other agencies. Prosecutor Dean Dankelson recognized Joplin Detective Justin Barnett for his outstanding service to the citizens of Jasper County through his investigation of child abuse cases.

As part of National Child Abuse Prevention Month members of the Joplin Police Department Detective Division wore blue to signify their everyday efforts to combat child abuse in our community.

(Press Release from Joplin Police Department's Chief Matthew Stewart)

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