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The May 20 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics featured several RPD members carrying the torch down Roswell's Main Street. In this part of the run are (left to right) Officer Scott Wrenn, Commander Levi Moody and Sergeant Rusty Brisco.
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RPD Chief Phil Smith, right, and Officer Scott Wrenn got things on the road for the May 20 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.
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Sgt. Jim Preston biked from Roswell to Artesia as part of the May 20 Torch Run for Special Olympics.
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Local Special Olympians made signs to support the RPD runners in the May 20 Torch Run.
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RPD Commander Tom Moody prays for law enforcement during the National Day of Prayer May 7. The Roswell gathering was held outside the Chaves County Courthouse.
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The Roswell Police Department participated in a job fair at the civic center April 22. Those who stopped by the RPD table were able to talk to RPD personnel to learn more about career opportunities as a police officer.
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RPD personnel battled a team of Roswell Fire Department members in a tug-of-war that was part of a fundraising event April 18 for the Roswell Autism Support Group. The event was held at the Spring River Park and Zoo. The fire department won the contest.
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The RPD tug-of-war team at the Spring River Park and Zoo after taking on the RFD team during the April 18 fundraiser for the Roswell Autism Support Group.
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RPD received this plaque for its participation in the tug of war that was part of the April 18 fundraiser for the Roswell Autism Support Group.
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Cub Scouts and other youngsters got a tour of the Roswell Police Department March 31. Among the areas of the police station they visited was the training room, where a couple boys tested the strength of some protective gear officers wear while training.
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Technical Services Unit Detective Michael Burkowski explains the uniqueness of each person’s fingerprints and palm prints to youngsters who took a tour of the Roswell police station March 31.
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Officer L.J. Harrell demonstrates a pair of handcuffs during a tour of the Roswell Police Department for some young visitors March 31.
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