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Taking back the streets is not just a throwaway line to the people in Cleveland’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood.

“This is my community. This is where I live this is where I raise my children,” said Marion Anita Gardner, who is part of the Concerned Citizens of Mt. Pleasant.

The group secured a grant that will help them add auxiliary police in the future. On Wednesday, they were teaching volunteers who wanted to join the neighborhood watch.

“Everybody needs to know which way is north, east, south and west, which most of us don’t,” Gardner said.

Volunteers heard from a police officer who instructed them to give more than just a general description when calling the police.

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