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Antioch to hire up to six non-sworn officers
ANTIOCH, Calif. (KGO) -- Antioch is upping the ante when it comes to public safety. The city council has approved the hiring of at least six non-sworn community service officers to beef up the police force.
They'll handle duties like transporting people to jail, booking and fingerprinting - freeing up sworn officers to fight crime. The positions pay $87,000 a year and will be paid from the city's reserve funds. Antioch is also working to fill 13 vacant officer positions.
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