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Mont Vernon police will reward children for their good behavior
The Police Department is implementing its 2014 summer safety campaign, called “Caught in the Act.”
“The motivation for this is to get police out and interacting with the kids in the community and to reward the children for anything safe,” said Daigneault.
The certificate may be redeemed at the Mont Vernon General Store for a free slushy, said Daigneault.
Daigneault visited the Mont Vernon Village School recently to inform students about the summer safety campaign, encouraging them to remain safe and make smart decisions while school is not in session.
“The program is a great way for the police department to interact with the children of our community and give positive reinforcement for safe behavior,” Chief Kevin Furlong said in an online posting.
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