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Charles “Drew” Juden III to serve as the next Director of the Missouri Department of Public Safety

To be nominated by Governor Greitens. Juden comes to the position after serving as director of the Sikeston Department of Public Safety for 15 years, which he has been a member of since 1978, and served on the board of directors for the SEMO Major Case Squad and the SEMO …

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Auditor Galloway issues compilation of law enforcement federal forfeiture reports

Missouri law enforcement agencies reported receiving $12 million in federal forfeited funds Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway released her office’s compilation of 2015 federal forfeiture reports earlier in June. Law enforcement agencies that participate in a federal asset forfeiture program must file an annual report with both the Department of …

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Missouri Auditor Galloway issues audit of $8.8 billion in federal spending in Missouri

Missouri State Auditor

Report identifies 18 agency findings, plus one financial statement finding, up from 14 last year  JEFFERSON CITY, MO (March 30, 2016) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway today issued an audit of the state’s management and spending of billions of federal dollars administered by state agencies. The audit reviewed federal programs …

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Missouri State Auditor Galloway Issues Audit Report of Missouri Highway Patrol’s Use of Highway Funds

Missouri State Auditor

Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol in compliance with constitutionally-mandated use of highway funds JEFFERSON CITY, MO (Dec. 15, 2015) State Auditor Nicole Galloway today released an audit of the Missouri Highway Patrol’s use of highway funds. The audit is required by state law and includes a review of the …

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Representative Kevin Corlew 10/6/2015 Legislative Update

Missouri State Representative Kevin Corlew

Missouri State Representative Kevin Corlew represents Missouri House district 14. Most of Representative Corlew’s district is in Platte County, but a small portion of it extends into Clay County. This is his October 6 newsletter. In it he discusses ports in Missouri and a rundown of the 2015 Missouri veto session.  For more information on …

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