Fresno’s top cops to discuss public safety on ‘Maddy Report’ Aug. 9

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Fresno’s top cops to discuss public safety on ‘Maddy Report’ Aug. 9

 “The Maddy Report – Public Safety Realignment: Emerging Trends in Year Two” will air at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 9 on ABC 30. The 30-minute TV program is hosted by Mark J. Keppler, executive director of The Maddy Institute. At 10 a.m., “The Maddy Report – Valley Views Edition: Realignment and Valley Crime: Has the Second Year Been the Charm?” will broadcast an hour-long program on Newstalk 580 and 105.9 KMJ radio. Also hosted by Keppler, the talk show will feature Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer, Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims and Fresno State criminology professor Emma Hughes. The Spanish language version of the weekly report, “El Informe Maddy: Public Employee Retiree Health Care,” will air at 7 a.m. on Univision 21 and UniMas 61, hosted by Ana Melendez, deputy director of the Maddy Institute. The Maddy Report programs cover how state and federal policy impact California and the San Joaquin Valley. It also airs statewide on The Cal Channel at www.calchannel.com where a schedule is available. Previous Maddy Report programs can be viewed in their entirety at www.maddyinstitute.org. INFO: Mark J. Keppler, 559.278.1133.