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CEE-VI Task Force honored for community impact

The CEE-VI Drug and Gang Task Force, based in Willmar and serving several nearby counties, was awarded the 2021 Narcotics Task Force of the Year award Tuesday at the annual Minnesota State Association of Narcotics Investigators conference in Nisswa, Minnesota., according to a news release for the task force.

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The CEE-VI Drug and Gang Task Force, based out of Willmar, was awarded the 2021 Narcotics Task Force of the Year award Tuesday at the annual Minnesota State Association of Narcotics Investigators conference in Nisswa, Minn., according to a news release for the task force.

WILLMAR — The CEE-VI Drug and Gang Task Force, based in Willmar and serving several area counties, was awarded the 2021 Narcotics Task Force of the Year award Tuesday at the annual Minnesota State Association of Narcotics Investigators conference in Nisswa, Minnesota, according to a news release from the task force.

The task force covers Chippewa, Kandiyohi, Meeker, Swift and Yellow Medicine counties and focuses on drug, gang and violent crime.

The award is presented to one task force a year based on the impact it has made on the community it serves and Minnesota as a whole.

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