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No Jackson Police at State Fair

JACKSON, Miss. – Due to budget cuts Jackson police will not be providing security at this years state fair.

Police chief Lee Vance told the Clarion-Ledger that to patrol during the fair costs the city about $300,000. Jackson police typically assist with security outside the fair grounds and traffic.

Just because Jackson police aren’t going to be there, does not mean that it won’t be a safe environment. As always, the Hinds County Sheriff Department will be responsible for providing the majority of the security on the fair grounds.

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