One year in, Leland police chief still building community trust

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By Brian Slattery

LELAND—One year into his tenure as Leland police chief, Mike James is working on ways to improve service to residents.

“My main focus is to provide the best service we can provide for our citizens and visitors to Leland,” James said. “When I say we are a community police department, I follow that philosophy. I mean it with all my heart. Our partnership with the citizens is vital to do the job.”

James was hired as interim police chief Feb. 20, 2012. He was named to the permanent position Nov. 15.

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