The incoming Court Officers class has collected a substantial amount of used clothing for the Salvation Army.
“Historically, every class is encouraged to do something for the community,” said Training Instructor Josh Wilson. “We come up with an idea and they take it from there.”
The 26-member class embarked on a clothing drive in the second week of their eight-week training.
They graduate on April 11.
“We reached out to family, friends, police and court officers,” said Court Officer Jason Han who co-ordinated the drive. “This was a great way for us to do something for the community. The response was fantastic and we want to thank everyone that contributed to this endeavor.”
The last class, that graduated in December, did a toy drive.