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Police won't change game-day strategy after brawl near Lambeau Field

7:22 AM, Dec. 4, 2012
Police departments are
Police departments are "pretty much maxed out" when thousands of fans descend on Lambeau Field and the surrounding entertainment district for hours before and after a Green Bay Packers game.
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Public safety officers say they will not change how they monitor fans at Green Bay Packers home games after a man was hospitalized Sunday following a fight outside a bar across from Lambeau Field.

Ashwaubenon Public Safety Director Eric Dunning said officers are committed to keeping fans safe and that the disturbance, which occurred shortly after Green Bay's 23-14 win against the divisional rival Minnesota Vikings, was an isolated incident. The Packers play the Detroit Lions at 7:20 p.m. Sunday at Lambeau Field.

"We don't see this being a chronic issue or problem," he said. ...

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