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Each year, the Massachusetts chiefs of police mobilize to participate in the Dana Farber / Jimmy Fund walk as the “Team Police Chiefs.”  Their participation raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for critical research.  This year, Eileen Goodick, the Academy Director for the MPTC’s Plymouth Regional Police Academy, was invited to participate as a member of the team.  (She is in the ball cap in the front row of the picture.)  Director Goodick stated, “It was such an honor to be invited, especially for such a great cause!”

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