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dovercommsrvLeft to Right in Photo: Student Officers Anthony Fils, Manuel Depina, Matthew Michel, class president Adam Osowski,
Jamal Johnson, Kelly Bush, and Miguel Otero.  Participating but not pictured were Student Officers Samuel Webb and Jay Deiana.

On the second day of the academy, Randolph 7th Recruit Officer Course (ROC) student officers learned that a foundational principle of the policing profession is fostering needed trust in the communities they serve. Nine members of the ROC took that principle to heart in a concrete way on Saturday, April 21 as they spent the afternoon doing general yard work and cutting up and removing debris from recent storms at the George B. Preston Post 209 American Legion in Dover.

Content of this Blog and photograph provided by Academy Director Lara Thomas, Randolph Police Academy.

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