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Wisconsin Rapids police calls on the rise

9:56 PM, Jan. 23, 2013
Wisconsin Rapids Police Lt. Brian Krzykowski works on his computer in his squad car Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013 at the department in Wisconsin Rapids. Krzykowski put together numbers for calls for service in 2012, comparing them to the previous year. The city's officers respond to about 25,000 calls a year.
Wisconsin Rapids Police Lt. Brian Krzykowski works on his computer in his squad car Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013 at the department in Wisconsin Rapids. Krzykowski put together numbers for calls for service in 2012, comparing them to the previous year. The city's officers respond to about 25,000 calls a year.
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Editor's note: Today's story examines the types and number of calls for Wisconsin Rapids police officers in 2012. For more on the rise in traffic stops, please see Friday's Daily Tribune.

Wisconsin Rapids police officers were involved in significantly more traffic stops, spent more time in school zones and responded to more calls for officer assistance in 2012 than in years past.

Overall, the number of calls for police services increased 4 percent from the previous four-year average, according to information Daily Tribune Media obtained from the Police Department. ...

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