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MPTC’s Reading Police Academy had a visit today by the Everett Police Department Summer police cadets; they toured the Academy with Everett Police Officers and learned about becoming a Police Officer in Massachusetts.  The Summer Police Cadet program is a week long effort by Everett PD to support and help the community’s young children in a positive way.  Several of the Everett Officers were former graduates of the Reading Academy (including an officer from the RO-3rd; we are now at the RO-27th) so it was a nice sort of “homecoming” for them as well.  A good time and educational experience was had by all! 

The photograph and content of this blog provided by Reading Police Academy Director Dan May.

 

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