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The Student Officers of the 63rd ROC making a lifesaving difference in their communities by donating blood.

On March 28, 2017 the 63rd ROC organized and participated in a blood drive to benefit Brigham + Women’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

The staff of the Plymouth Police Academy is proud of the dedication and commitment shown by these student officers.  It was an impressive display of teamwork and community service.

Content of this blog submitted by Staff Instructor Sergeant Jerry Donahue and Academy Director Eileen M.L. Goodick.

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