Charlottetown Coun. Bob Doiron must be feeling somewhat satisfied today. It took two years or more, but the city’s police department is now on a level playing field with other police forces across the province. Santa Claus delivered over the Christmas holidays.
A year ago Coun. Doiron went public about the need for city police to be armed with high-powered carbine rifles. He was getting frustrated. More than a year before he raised the issue at the Jan. 2016 council meeting, he was lobbying to have every police vehicle equipped with long-range rifles.
EDITORIAL: City police ups firepower - and about time
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