In previous years, San Luis Obispo police officers used force about 50 times a year. This year, police reduced their use of force by about half, according to Police Chief Deanna Cantrell.
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In honor of Homelessness and Hunger Awareness Week, Cal Poly’s Student Community Services (SCS) will hold a number of events for “See the Need” week, urging students to volunteer and become more educated about hunger in both San Luis Obispo and national communities.
According to the 2009 Homeless Enumeration Report performed by the Homeless Services Coordinating Council (HSCC), on any given day in San Luis Obispo county 3,829 people are homeless. The homeless shelters are brimming with newcomers while county officials work together to build a new homeless campus in hopes to solve this increase of roughly 1,500 homeless people since the 2006 count of 2,408.