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Jefferson Township Police Continues to Excel in Community Relations

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The Jefferson Township Police Department continues to set a high standard in reaching out and connecting with the community that they serve.

It’s difficult to count all the touch points that the Jefferson Township Police has with the community, as there is always something new happening:

  • DARE Education Program
  • The outstanding Police Academy Program
  • The Police Trading Cards (2016)

To name just a few examples of the above-and-beyond attitude exhibited by the Jefferson Township Police Department.

If that isn’t enough, their Facebook page today illustrated two new examples that we’re sure happen daily:

Daisy TroupDaisy Troup 6670 – Visits Police HQ

Daisy Troop 6670 got a VIP tour of Jefferson Township Police Department last week from Sgt. Hale. Not only did the girls get to learn all about headquarters but they all earned their Respect Authority Petal and Police Station Tour Fun Patch.

Editor’s Note: Sgt. Hale was the Drill Sargent last year during the Police Academy, hopefully he showed his softer side during the visit by the Daisy Troup.

Cub ScoutsDen 4 of Pack 49 – Hands on Forensics Training

Detective Kratzel of the Jefferson Township Police Department gives this Cub Scout Den a firsthand understanding for the Police Forensics work that goes on behind the scenes.

Lastly, let’s not forget to Support Jefferson Officer Seeley in the Police Unity Tour

The Police Unity Tour is a bicycle ride beginning in Portsmouth, Virginia and ending at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington DC to raise awareness about those officers who have died in the line of duty and money for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

The primary purpose of the Police Unity Tour is to raise awareness of Law Enforcement Officers who have died in the line of duty. The secondary purpose is to raise funds for the National Law Enforcement Officer’s Memorial and Museum.


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