Friday's Sun cover is a story about local business owners expressing their gratitude toward Naperville police by making an $1,1117 donation to the Police Department for solving a crime involving the theft of an expensive puppy.
Earlier this year, detectives and investigators made an arrest within 36 hours of Naperville's first non-family murder in years.
So what's the verdict on Naperville cops? Are they the best money can buy? Can you say they're not worth every penny? Next week they'll remain at the forefront of Internet crime safety by hosting a presentation instructing parents on how to protect their children from Internet predators.
Is it a policy decision of the city council to place such emphasis on crime and devoting taxpayer resources toward crime prevention? Or is it an administrative function, department heads who take it upon themselves to ensure the crime rate stays low?
Testimonials would indicate the police in Naperville are doing a great job. Do you agree?