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Correction Officer Recruits Give Back to the Community

Categories: | Author: sheriff sheriff | Posted: 10/9/2014 | Views: 4874

BRENTWOOD, NY-- As part of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office Recruit Class Curriculum, all new recruits develop and participate in a community service project. Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent F. DeMarco implemented the service initiative last year to emphasize to new officers the importance of giving back to their communities.

Correction Recruit Class 14-154’s community service project was to collect and donate school supplies to Little Flower Children Services in Wading River, New York.  The Class planned and implemented the project as a group, and also made the decision to choose Little Flower as the recipient.  The supplies were delivered to Little Flower on Wednesday, October 8th, the day after they graduated the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Academy. 

Correction Recruit Class 14-154 with supplies collected for Little Flower Children’s Services

Correction Recruit Class 14-154 with supplies collected for Little Flower Children's Services.

Correction Officers delivered school supplies to Little Children Children’s Services in Wading River on Wednesday, October 8th, 2014.

Correction Officers delivered school supplies to Little Children Children’s Services in Wading River on Wednesday, October 8th, 2014.

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