Both made the case for public safety spending as supervisors stress need for savings.
By Jeff Horseman / Staff Writer
Published: June 20, 2016
Updated: June 21, 2016 – 6:59 a.m.
In recent years, Riverside County supervisors have given the sheriff’s and district attorney’s offices extra money on top of the millions they get to protect the public, even as other departments went without new county funding.