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RPD Officer Lisa Brackeen and McGruff the Crime Dog visited students at Gateway Christian School Feb. 26. The children greeted McGruff and heard Officer Brackeen talk about staying safe
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RPD Officer Lisa Brackeen and McGruff the Crime Dog visited students at Gateway Christian School Feb. 26. The children greeted McGruff and heard Officer Brackeen talk about staying safe.
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RPD members talk to a visitor during RPD's inaugural "Coffee with a Cop" event Feb. 23 at Tequeria Jalisco.
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Officer Natalie Mendoza listens to a local resident during RPD's inaugural "Coffee with a Cop" event Feb. 23 at Tequeria Jalisco.
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Left to right, Sgt. Ray Sharpe (10 years), Sgt. Charlie Corn (20 years) and Officer Kevin Weekley (10 years) were among those honored during a Feb. 6 ceremony recognizing Roswell city employees for years of service.
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RPD officers, left to right, Ricardo Olivares, Blake Beehler and Gino Basile were sworn in Feb. 5, 2015, by Police Chief Phil Smith.
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The Roswell Police Department participated in the Career Fair held Jan. 28 at Goddard High School. RPD personnel discussed with interested juniors and seniors the opportunities for and benefits of a career with the police department.
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Students in the Leadership Lunch Club at El Capitan Elementary School on Jan. 16 heard from RPD Officer Lisa Brackeen, who also signed each student’s name card, including some words of encouragement.
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On Dec. 31, RPD Chief Phil Smith (right) presented a plaque to retiring Chaves County Sheriff Rob Coon in appreciation of Coon’s 41 years in law enforcement. Also pictured is Coon’s wife, Pam.
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RPD Officer Lisa Brackeen spoke with student "leaders" at a Dec. 3 Leadership Luncheon at Berrendo Elementary School. The students spent time with a variety of community leaders.
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A Protective Service Detail class run by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers’ Artesia facility was in Roswell Nov. 7 for a training exercise. Here, the team escorts its protected “principal” into the police station.
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Participants in a Protective Service Detail class run by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers’ Artesia facility were in Roswell Friday, Nov. 7, for a training exercise that included a stop at the police department.
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