Atlanta Police Department reassigns DUI task force
by Staff Reports
05:36 PM, Saturday, January 24
The Atlanta Police Department Thursday announced it has reassigned officers in its DUI task force to its individual zones as part of a strategy to spread the officers to other areas. In a statement, the department said in part, “The Atlanta Police...

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