Student crime solvers get lessons in policing

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Posted: March 29, 2013

The Winchester Star

Members of the Daniel Morgan Middle School Crime Solvers learn how to look for crimes in the community and in the school. The group also allows them to build relationships with law enforcement.
Winchester Police Cpl. Brittney Neer and her canine, Dakota, give a demonstration of police work to members of the Daniel Morgan Middle School student Crime Solvers group. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
ABOVE: Winchester Police Cpl. Brittney Neer releases her canine, Dakota, after he stopped Daniel Morgan Middle School Resource Officer Paul McFarland during a demonstration for the student Crime Solvers. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
RIGHT: Daniel Morgan Middle School eighth-grader Caitlin Perrott, a member of the school’s Crime Solvers group, watches the canine demonstration.

WINCHESTER — More than 15 middle school students were bursting with questions Wednesday afternoon while watching a police canine demonstration.

“Do his ears help?”

“Does he think he’s playing when...



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