Agencies plan changes to better serve community


Greenfield Police Chief John Jester looks over a squad car that needs to be replaced. ''We're getting to the point where we're starting to have problems with them,'' he said. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


This is part of a continuing series of stories examining what to expect in 2014, from government to courts to schools.


GREENFIELD — Local public safety agencies will be making some changes and implementing new programs in 2014 to make sure citizens are kept safe.

From upgrading equipment to managing manpower to be more effective, the year’s projects are planned well in advance, officials say.

Here’s a look at what’s ahead for some of the county’s most prominent public safety agencies:

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