Raleigh Police Youth and Family Services officer Vince Doxbeck teaches a lesson under the new LEADER program to a group of 5th graders at Stough Elementary school in Raleigh on Oct. 20, 2015. The Wake County school system may launch a new program to encourage students to go into careers in public safety, including law enforcement.
Raleigh Police Youth and Family Services officer Vince Doxbeck teaches a lesson under the new LEADER program to a group of 5th graders at Stough Elementary school in Raleigh on Oct. 20, 2015. The Wake County school system may launch a new program to encourage students to go into careers in public safety, including law enforcement. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Raleigh Police Youth and Family Services officer Vince Doxbeck teaches a lesson under the new LEADER program to a group of 5th graders at Stough Elementary school in Raleigh on Oct. 20, 2015. The Wake County school system may launch a new program to encourage students to go into careers in public safety, including law enforcement. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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