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Sheriff’s office seeks teens to lead in schools

September 25, 2013

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office wants to work with local high schools to develop a leadership program that is beneficial to both students and law enforcemen....

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mama1lu

Sep-27-13 2:57 PM

Let's see. Cultivating confidential Informants. Helping students to be able help law enforcement identify other students who are putting them all at risk? This is the kind of indoctrination that makes a lot of sense. Lots of questions asked? Of course. Policies in writing? Yes But why do we immediately assume law enforcement has ulterior motives instead of wanting to help communities and help kids now so they don't have to arrest them later.

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freerange

Sep-27-13 12:31 PM

Agree Nas and Tess.... underage c.i.'s may raise not only questions, but also outrage and legality.

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Tessie

Sep-26-13 9:53 AM

I agree Nascar. My first thought was they're cultivating confidential informants in the high school. Indoctrination starts early these days.

I too urge the school board to proceed very carefully with this.

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NasCarNut

Sep-25-13 11:06 AM

Maybe not a bad idea, but policies should be put in place on what the sheriff dept is using these students for...lots of questions should be ask before going ahead on this...only my opinion, so easy on the come backs ;)

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