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Sunday, June 21, 2015

"Camp COPS receives generous donation from Koons Westminster Toyota Scion" Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland; June 18, 2015

Sheriff Jim DeWees, along with everyone involved in the Camp C.O.P.S. program, would like to thank Koons Westminster Toyota Scion for their generous support of this summer program.

On Tuesday, June 16th, Nigel Hayes, General Manager, along with Angela Boerner, Controller, presented a check for $5000 to Sheriff Jim DeWees and Sgt Keith Benfer of the Westminster Police Department to help fund the program.

Carroll County Camp C.O.P.S. (COURAGE TO BE OUTSTANDING WITH PRIDE AND SELF CONFIDENCE) is a joint effort between the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, Westminster Police Department, Maryland State Police, Taneytown Police, and the Carroll County State’s Attorney’s Office, and is designed to bring a better understanding of Law Enforcement to the youth of Carroll County, while working in the atmosphere of a Police Academy.

Located at the Carroll County Farm Museum in Westminster, Camp C.O.P.S. is open to middle school students (those students going into 6th, 7th, or 8th grade).

This year, the Camp will run from July 20th through July 24th.

The donation will be used to purchase many of the items needed to run the popular summer program. This will include equipment and activities for the camp, as well as such items as shirts, hats, water bottles, and food.
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