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school students discovered what it’s like to be part of
law enforcement at the “8th Annual Criminal Justice
Albertus Magnus College
in New Haven, Connecticut, sponsored their annual Criminal
Justice Camp again this year, and the Eastern Vintage
Police Car Association was proud to participate. “It’s a
lot of fun” said Ted
Stockmon, one of the E.V.P.C.A. members. “It’s great to
talk with these students and experience their enthusiasm
and eagerness when talking about their future in law
enforcement. ”The camp
is designed to give students an overview of the various
and diverse opportunities available to a graduate of the
college’s criminal justice program. The program helps to
motivate students to pursue higher degrees in the law
enforcement field. “Law Enforcement isn’t like you see
on TV” explained one student. Crimes don’t get solved in
a half hour. We are learning that there is a system that
we have to follow in order to come up with the right
result and solve the crime” At this year’s event,
Albertus hosted 109 high
school juniors and seniors from Connecticut,
Massachusetts, Delaware, and New York. The students were
encouraged to rotate through the various stations set up
by local and state law enforcement departments, federal
agencies, and various branches of the military to
discuss the many aspects of the law enforcement field.
The 10th Annual Car, Truck and Bike Show,
presented by the
Bethany Volunteer Fire Department
located at the former Bethany Airport in
The Eastern Vintage
Police Car Association
was honored to
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The 2016 CT Veterans Parade
drew hundreds of viewers from the area, and is the
largest parade in New England commemorating our
country’s veterans. It is nationally recognized as one
of 47 parades across the nation to honor our veterans.
More than 3,200 servicemen and women, marching bands,
and military organizations marched around Bushnell Park
to say thank you to our nation's veterans.
parade started near the Lafayette Statue on Washington
Street and looped around Bushnell Park to Hudson Street.
At 1:30, the parade was paused for a moment of silence
with a flyover by an Air National Guard CH-130 airplane.
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