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"I have gone back, but I kind of drive around the lot, 'Oh no. Where am I going to park today? Am I going to be safe? Is someone going to attack me?'" Love told News4Jax Thursday that he plans to meet soon with state Rep. Jay Fant to discuss juvenile sentencing guidelines, specifically to discuss children who have been arrested more than five times and ways to stop them from repeating crimes. JSO struggles to hire enough officers to keep up with increased auto burglaries In addition to talking with state legislators about increasing the severity of punishment for juvenile repeat offenders, Love said he's also considering legislation to push for an out-of-state hiring drive for JSO. As Riverside and the Westside struggles with increased auto burglaries, Love said, the Sheriff's Office struggles to hire enough officers to keep pace with crime needs. Love said he also talked to the head of human resources for JSO, who said the law enforcement agency is having a hard time hiring more police officers. "He's hiring them as fast as he can hire them, and it's not fast enough. So we talked about going outside of the state to look for folks, particularly with prior military, to try to hire folks faster, get them up and running on the police force," Love said. Gil Smith, News4Jax crime and safety analyst, explained that's easier said than done. He said it's going to be hard to attract former military members to Jacksonville to become police officers because of the ongoing pension debate at City Hall. "That may be difficult also because, if you're in the military with a family, you want to know what your benefits are going to be. You want to know what your pension benefits are going to be. JSO can't answer those questions right now," Smith said.
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