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Audit raises questions about Missouri public safety contract

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An audit from Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway's office questions a contract change at the state's Public Safety Department.

The audit found that under former leader Drew Juden, the Public Safety Department spent $1.25 million switching fingerprinting to the Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation. The Highway Patrol already was providing those services for free.

Juden previously was chairman of the Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation.

Read more from The Associated Press.


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