Warrant roundup shows department is working to rid Selma of crime

Published 11:30 pm Thursday, March 30, 2017

Wednesday Selma Police Chief Spencer Collier invited the Times-Journal to ride along with him and fellow officers as they served people with outstanding warrants ranging from violent felonies to traffic citations.

It was a great experience getting to see the men and women of the department in action. They went house to house looking for people, and that resulted in a number of people being arrested or turning themselves in.

Police officers don’t often get the credit they deserve, and riding along with them showed us how dedicated they are to their job.

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We appreciate the effort the department is taking to make Selma a safer place for everyone to live, and we look forward to seeing more operations like this in the future. Public safety is of the utmost importance, and it is great to see that this department is taking an effort to help citizens feel more safe.