TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2002 Testimony in a case challenging police services provided to Alaska Native villages was winding up last week The court heard from police officers who said the villages are receiving adequate protection even though funding has dropped by a third. Experts on both sides of the issue testified about crime in rural villages, with one saying Native residents feel safer than urban ones. Closing arguments are set for May 9. Get the Story:
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