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Junior Police Academy Completes Week #1 Year #4

by Bobby Blair
July 17, 2017

Like any program worth its salt, the Junior Police Academy graduated its 7th class on Friday afternoon at the grounds of the high school, continuing a program begun by Officer Bryan DiGiorgio four years ago.

 

Police Chief Matt Stone (left) along with Sgt. George Leurini, and Officers DiGiorgio, Mike Woods and Kate Hickey were on hand to present each participant their diplomas.

The program is possible through a grant by the Stephen & Mary Birch Foundation. Officer DiGiorgio cited a list of varied local sponsors such as Table Top Pizza and Pinecrest Golf Course who loaned the program golf carts so the kids could practice their radar skills. The Natick Police sent their K9 Unit and the Holliston Fire Department and engine truck. Week #2 of the police academy will be conducted in mid-August according to DiGiorgio.

 

 

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