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Front row, left to right: Mayor Daniel Guerrero, Michelle Lopez, Lisa Dvorak, Shannon Fitzpatrick, Angela Saucedo and Council Member Ryan Thomason. Back row, left to right: Terry Nichols, Ken Bell, Wade Parham, Kelly Earnest, Council Member Jude Prather, City Manager Jim Nuse, Council Member Shane Scott, Kristan Arrona, Cate Hedrick, and Byron Mobley. PHOTO by DON ANDERS

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The San Marcos City Council congratulated members of the San Marcos Police Department and Texas State University following the international recognition of a local program that focuses on strengthening ties between different segments of the community.

The ACT program — “Achieving Community Together” — was honored as a finalist for this year’s Herman Goldstein Award for Excellence in Problem-Oriented Policing at the 22nd annual Problem-Oriented Policing conference in Miami, Fl. earlier this month. The prestigious award recognizes outstanding police agencies from around the world that engage in innovative and effective problem-solving efforts and achieve measurable success in reducing specific crime, disorder, and public safety problems.

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