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November 4, 2016

Rapid City Police Department Works To Improve Interactions With Students

As part of a new program, 17 Rapid City police officers will participate in an "Adopt-A-Police-Officer" program, Rapid City Journal reports. The aim of this program is to bring about positive interactions between police officers and students, therefore improving all police interactions in the future. The police officers will be assigned to 15 elementary schools within the district, and will eat lunch with students, read in classrooms, participate in recess, etc.

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