Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Students learn about police work

Springfield Police dispatcher Kiki Boyens spoke to 86 third-graders about the role the police department plays in the town and answered questions from the students on Thursday, Sept. 29.

www.eagletimes.com    

6 comments :

  1. Glad to see the dispatcher out of her box, but really the clown pants.

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  2. My children used to love when the police officer used to come to the elementary schools and Park Street each week, but that was probably 15 years ago. I guess they don't do that anymore?

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  3. Did they learn how to fire their weapon at unarmed people yet?

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  4. Clown pants is a perfect description. So much for professional appearances. But we should expect nothing less from that department...

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  5. I'm a bit concerned about these supposed "third graders". They appear to range in age from about six to the age of consent. Has Springfield reverted to the one-room schoolhouse model?

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    1. Yes,they have. I think it's exciting, don't you?

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