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Dialogue on crime in area scheduled


March 09. 2013 11:38PM

By - gkaikowski@civitasmedia.com - (570) 991-6121




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house broken into, doesn’t mean it’s going to happen to you,” he said.


In most of the crimes his team reports on, he said, the victims know the criminal in some way. “My reporters are trained,” Tarone said. “The first thing you ask (when you get to a crime scene is) ‘Was this random?’”


More often than not, he said, the answer is “No.”


The commercial-free broadcast will begin with a few questions from the moderators, then move to an open question time during which audience members can poll the panel or make comments.


Audience members are free to offer constructive criticism of agencies and individuals, but aggressive remarks will not be tolerated, Tarone said.




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