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21 hours ago
Clearfield City

Like many of you, we mourn with the families, victims, and Uvalde City following the tragic shooting.❤️

You may have questions about how the city helps keep Clearfield students safe. Clearfield City partners with Davis School District to provide full-time officers in schools to create a safe environment for kids in our community. Pictured below is Sergeant Ferreira, our officer stationed full-time at North Davis Jr. High. He helps keep the Jr. High students safe and provides support to the surrounding elementary schools. All Clearfield City Police Department officers stationed at schools are committed to doing everything possible to keep Clearfield students and teachers safe.
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Like many of you, we mourn with the families, victims, and Uvalde City following the tragic shooting.❤️
 
You may have questions about how the city helps keep Clearfield students safe. Clearfield City partners with Davis School District to provide full-time officers in schools to create a safe environment for kids in our community. Pictured below is Sergeant Ferreira, our officer stationed full-time at North Davis Jr. High. He helps keep the Jr. High students safe and provides support to the surrounding elementary schools. All Clearfield City Police Department officers stationed at schools are committed to doing everything possible to keep Clearfield students and teachers safe.

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Can we get volunteers that are retired, gun safety instructors, NRA rifle instructors, etc to help fill this gap?

That’s all fine and well, but 1 officer for multiple schools is not enough… every school needs one there at all times.

Sergeant Ferreira is amazing. However, The reason elementary schools are being targeted is because everyone knows that Jr. Highs and High Schools consistently have an officer on campus. Why don't elementary schools get the same protection?

I don't see anything wrong with having a police officer in school buildings. Children should get accustomed to seeing officers as allies

Thank you for all you do to keep our most vulnerable safe.

There was an officer stationed at Robb Elementary who engaged with the gunman before he killed 19 children and 2 teachers. I appreciate the sentiment but armed guards are obviously not the answer.

Gun buy backs needs to happen in every city in America. This madness needs to end. There are just too many guns. You know why other countries don't have mass shootings? They have comprehensive gun control laws. Republicans: care more. Do more. We beg you!!!!

As parents I think it’s time we step up, and help! Be present, volunteer. As summer comes we have a few months to get prepared and ready. As parents, let’s do more. Police can only do so much with the resources they have.

Lots of cost prohibitive ideas: law enforcement full time at every school, metal detectors, armed security, arming teachers… How about sensible gun legislation? How about banning assault rifles? How about working to change our gun worshipping culture? How about better mental health support services for our children? Are we willing to change our laws to prevent this? Could one sacrifice their precious AR-15 to mitigate the violence? No one needs an assault rifle. Full stop.

Sergeant Ferreira is an awesome guy!

What, I feel, would really help is for all of us to stop voting for legislators on any level who accept contributions from the NRA, and who stonewall attempts to enact sensible gun control laws.

I’ve heard a lot of politicians say that metal detectors in each school aren’t feasible, but I haven’t heard the why. Is it the cost? If the money was there, is it something that could be done? Maybe we as a community could fund the money if that’s the barrier.

Maybe that’s one full time at secondary schools, but there are no officers at elementry schools, at least at my kids elementry school anyways! I do love the way some schools are always locked and you have to show ID to get on the doors, however I’m sure a gunman or any other intruder can get in if they really wanted to.

My daughter loves this officer he is so nice.

We always had parents at school to help prevent fights, arguements and kids from getting hurt. Noone wanted a parent to snitch on them to another parent

Do all schools now have doors locked so visitors have to check in through the office?

It sad that we have to live like this now! We never dreamed about this when my kids were going to school in the 80's and 90's!

Love Officer Chris! Thanks for all you do Clearfield PD!

www.facebook.com/groups/929912630445469/permalink/4501876233249073/ Valuable info and insight from someone with an opinion that matters.

Christopher Grawrock

This picture was taken at holt elementary not north Davis jr high.

Chelsy Guimond

For whatever reason Facebook won’t let me reply to the cities response but “pay” shouldn’t be considered when it comes to protecting innocent children… there’s money somewhere. There’s other places to cut.

Tayler Nicole Sangiorgio Ryan is right. security guards don’t have the same training as police. If you required them to have the same training, then they would be police, and they’re aren’t enough people applying to be police. Why would you risk your life when you can work at target for the same wage?

What a sweet picture this is...

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2 days ago
Clearfield City

City Council Meeting:
-Council updates wordage in code enforcement policy to say "request for compliance" instead of "notice of violation"
-Releasing seized property for public interest use
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The Clearfield City Police Department will be using the seized Xbox as bait to catch individuals involved in car burglaries.

3 days ago
Clearfield City

Dancing, singing, and acting? OH MY! 🐻
We still have spots for your kiddos in our Clearfield Community Arts Center theater camps! View our camps here: clearfield.city/parks-recreation/arts-culture/
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7 days ago
Clearfield City

This week is National Public Works Appreciation Week! Let's take a second to thank our public works crew for keeping our streets clear and water flowing!💧

Our Public Works crew has reduced water leaks by 90% over recent years! They've done this by installing pressure-reducing valves (PRVs) which help to take the stress off our underground infrastructure. We're incredibly thankful to have them!

Enjoy this video they put together for you!

#clearfield #publicworks
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You guys are awesome! Great Job! Thanks for all your hard work keeping the streets clear and the water flowing. I know you’ve done a great job out front of our place and we are grateful for all you do!

Thank you for all that you do to keep everything running smoothly!!

Thank you 🙏

Great job 👍

Keep up the good work!

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