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Camp lets kids get up close to law enforcement

Deputy Aaron Conaway and K-9 Rocco demonstrate law enforcement techniques for Kids’ Camp attendees Saturday morning.

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For 11 years, the Barton County Sheriff’s Office Reserve has held Kids’ Camp at the Barton County Sheriff’s Office Range and Training Facility.  On Sept. 14, kids ages 8-14 arrived early for a day of positive interaction with law enforcement and emergency service personnel.  

The kids were greeted by Sheriff Bellendir and several of his deputies.
“Some of the kids attending have an interest in law enforcement careers and some do not,” he said.  “We hope for those who do, this experience spurs them along in their choice of career, whether that is as an officer, a lawyer ...

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