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The Metropolitan Police Department has been surviving on its reserves in recent years. Now, says Sheriff Doug Gillespie, the City of Las Vegas and Clark County will need to find $68 million more to keep police on the job. But Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak has already told Metro there is no more money. So what will happen? More revenue collected or fewer cops on the streets?
Doug Gillespie, Sheriff, Clark County

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