Noble Wray on Police Work in Madison

Tuesday, 17 September 2013 | A Public Affair

On Tuesday September 17th, Noble Wray, outgoing Madison Police Chief, joined our host Carousel Bayrd to look at not only his work as chief, but also how police work in Madison is affecting the community.

Wray and Bayrd talked about the issues that the police department faces as well as what issues Madison is facing as a community. Wray informed listeners about what Madison Police are doing to make streets safer. Wray expressed his concerns with conceal & carry and how carriers should deal with issues that they may be faced with. Wray and Bayrd also discussed the issue of drinking in Madison. Lastly, Wray talked about his hopes for the next Madison Police Cheif.

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