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Chatham Children Make Bracelets to Benefit Dallas Fallen Officers

Traffic Safety Officer Roy George, Chief Philip Crosson, Jr., Amber Reilly, Hunter Reilly, Abigail Cornine, Victoria DeCorso and officer Brian Colatrella Credits: Chatham Borough Police Dept.

CHATHAM, NJ - On Aug. 4, Chatham Borough Police officers were pleasantly surprised when a group of children stopped by headquarters to present them with bracelets in appreciation for the work they do.

The bracelets were made by the children because of a generous donation to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation.  A local resident made a donation on behalf of the Chatham Borough Police Department so that each officer could receive a handmade bracelet. To date, the children have made over 400 bracelets and collected over $2,000 in donations for the officers in Dallas.


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