Small towns adjusting to life without police depts.

Many cutting law enforcement to save money, often say they have no choice


By James Ragland
The Dallas Morning News

KEMP, Texas — It's a crime what City Hall did last month, some residents of this town say.

But eliminating the entire police department — chief and all — is just a sign of these penny-pinching times, according to law enforcement experts.

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