Chief White discusses state of BRPD on 2une In
BATON ROUGE - Chief Dewayne White spoke to 2une In's Whitney Vann this morning about the changes he's made since taking over as Baton Rouge Police Chief.
White spoke about the need for more officers to help with focused patrols in high-crime areas, and about how people can help make their homes more secure.
WBRZ's Ashley Rodrigue recently followed one BRPD operation that led to more than 200 felony gun and drug arrests in the city. White said another such operation was in the works, but wouldn't go into more detail.
"We don't want to let the bad guys know we're coming," he said.
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