As Alaska struggles to fill VPSO ranks, the officers remain unarmed for now


The old, wind up training approach may have worked better for rural residents who can’t go for three months, state Rep. Zach Fansler, D-Bethel, said Thursday at the Sporting house public safety budget subcommittee meeting. Many have primary roles at home cutting wood, hauling water, and hunting and fishing to stuff freezers and smokehouses, he said.

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