‘Justice’ for All

‘Justice’ for All

By Kim Bunch Hoggard
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Corporate sponsors serve as the foundation for new Public Safety Cadet Program. Read: http://bit.ly/1TD4oim @RCNewsherald @RepublicService
Monday, December 14, 2015 - 11:45am

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Generous donations from a trio of local corporate sponsors will serve as the foundation for the newly created Public Safety Cadet Program at Bertie High School.

In an event held Dec. 2 at the school campus, Republic Services, JBA Properties, and Perdue Farms donated funds to the program.

Personnel from Governor Pat McCrory’s office were on hand for the event, including Gwen Norville, Deputy Director of Prisons Administration, and Linda Murphy, Eastern Regional Director of the NC Council for Women.

Bertie County Schools in conjunction with the North Carolina Department of Public Safety and local community leaders launched the first high school program in North Carolina designed to give students a jump start on a career in Criminal Justice.

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