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Byline: John Geluardi
Jul. 26--Richmond is aggressively recruiting a director for its new Office of Neighborhood Safety, which is charged with reducing chronic violence by focusing local and regional prevention programs.
To assemble the broadest possible range of candidates, the Human Resources Department has mailed more than 200 brochures and postcards to universities, colleges, businesses, minority organizations and nonprofit groups. They also have posted the position on at least five career Web sites.
"We are making an extensive outreach effort to fill this position," assistant city manager Leslie Knight said. "This is a high priority, and we …