Buffalo Police Acquire Climbing Wall

Buffalo Police Acquire Climbing Wall

The Buffalo Police Department has taken delivery of a climbing wall from the Wyoming National Guard, according to Chief Jason Carder, who gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting.

The wall will require a safety inspection, cable replacement and minor repairs, then the department will be trained in hoe to use it.
The wall will be used during community events, with officers overseeing its use.

Carder said there were 1,397 incidents in the city during May and dispatch handled 3,670 total phone calls.

Animal Control Office (or ACO) Karen Kimutis responded to two animal calls in the county, resulting in the police department charging the county $100 for the calls.

On May 28th the BPD performed Tobacco Compliance Checks, using an under-age buyer. 14 compliance checks were done with two establishments, the Cowboy Saloon and Good To Go (the former Red Eagle at I-90/US16) cited in the county.

And Carder said the department will be providing foot patrols during this weekend's 3-on-3 street basketball tournament.

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