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K9 Team Wins DARE Award

Officer David Ross and K9 Axle were presented with the DARE Award today by the 23rd Judicial District District Attorney’s Office.  The award goes to someone who has shown extra commitment to the DARE program.  Officer Ross and Axle have helped with the program by doing demonstrations with the K9 to help show how we find drugs with the help of our canine. 

The DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program at Waverly Junior High School is conducted by Sgt. Dwayne Jackson of the Humphreys County Sheriff’s Department.  The award was presented today by Sheriff Chris Davis along with the student awards.  Our special thanks goes to Sgt. Jackson, Sheriff Davis and District Attorney Dan Alsobrooks for their commitment to DARE.

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Waverly Dept. of Public Safety

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