Students show support of police


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<strong>Northmoor students with Englewood Police Chief Mark Brownfield (left) and other members of the police department. The students took cookies and other treats to police and made signs and cards to show their support of the officers.</strong>

Northmoor students with Englewood Police Chief Mark Brownfield (left) and other members of the police department. The students took cookies and other treats to police and made signs and cards to show their support of the officers.


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ENGLEWOOD — What started as a kind comment on Facebook turned into a kind gesture to the Englewood Police Department today.

Chris Eby, a 5th grade teacher from Northmoor Elementary, posted about taking cookies to the police to show her support for all of their hard work. Soon, the post had 80 likes and many comments from people asking to be included in the outing.

Approximately 25 parents, students and community members visited the police department with cookies and other treats, as well as signs and cards made by the students. The students also got an impromptu tour of the station before they cut blue ribbons to hang on their mailboxes and those of their neighbors to show their support of the police department.

Northmoor students with Englewood Police Chief Mark Brownfield (left) and other members of the police department. The students took cookies and other treats to police and made signs and cards to show their support of the officers.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/2016/07/web1_Northmoor.jpgNorthmoor students with Englewood Police Chief Mark Brownfield (left) and other members of the police department. The students took cookies and other treats to police and made signs and cards to show their support of the officers. Contributed photo

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