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RPD Officer Lisa Brackeen spoke to students at the Roswell Job Corps Center Nov. 12 about career opportunities in law enforcement and the wide variety of situations police officers encounter.
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An Oct. 29 tour of the Roswell Police Station for local Cub Scouts included learning about fingerprints.
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Cub Scouts fingerprinted each other as part of a tour of the police station Oct. 29. The fingerprinting experience helped complete achievement badge requirements for the scouts.
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Cub Scouts get a look at some of the equipment used at the RPD during a tour of the station Oct. 29.
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Romanian delegate speaks at police station during reception for International Law Enforcement Academy session.
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Serbian delegate presents gift to RPD Chief at September reception for International Law Enforcement Academy session.
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Sierra Middle School students take a tour of the Roswell Police Department Sept. 16.
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Mayor Dennis Kintigh and members of the Roswell police and fire departments raise the flag at Generations of Learning during the school's Sept. 5 "Grandparents and Heroes Day."
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Children climb into a police car during the Sept. 5 "Grandparents and Heroes Day" at Generations of Learning. The event was attended by members of the Roswell Police Department, as well as the Roswell Fire Department and Chaves County Sheriff's
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Children get an up-close look at a police car during the Sept. 5 "Grandparents and Heroes Day" at Generations of Learning. The event was attended by members of the Roswell Police Department, as well as the Roswell Fire Department.
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