SPARTANBURG (WSPA) – Spartanburg residents and the police department are coming together to help create a stronger, and more unified community.
This week, Highland community residents and Spartanburg police officers are sitting down in one-on-one interviews as part of the Seeing Spartanburg project.
The goal is to create a more unified neighborhood, to hear first hand what problems are in the area, and how to find out how those problems can be fixed.
The interviews will be complied into a movie, and the and movie will be run on screens in the Cammie Clagget apartment complex.
The movie is set to run starting November 14.
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