Ga. police lauded for busting Internet predators


By John Hollis
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 

PEACHTREE, Ga. — Cyberspace predators had best beware.

The Peachtree City Police Department has been honored by the Georgia Association Chiefs of Police for its efforts in curbing Internet crimes against children.

The department, under the leadership of Chief James V. Murray, received the Motorola/Dr. Curtis E. McClung Award given annually in recognition of an agency's use of an innovative program in the pursuit of law enforcement excellence.

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