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At a June 19, 2018 ceremony, the staff of the Plymouth Police Academy received a Special Recognition Award from MAWLE, the Massachusetts Women in Law Enforcement.  The presentation was made at the 6th Annual Spirit of MAWLE Award Ceremony held at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum. Plymouth Police Academy’s Academy Director Eileen Goodick (pictured with MPTC Executive Director, Dan Zivkovich),  Joanne Heres and Alison Taylor who coordinate basic and veteran officer trainings at the Plymouth Police Academy was nominated by Chief Frank Frederickson of the Yarmouth Police Department for their outstanding service to the communities they serve.  Congratulations!!!

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