Wednesday, June 8, 2011 at 6:00 am (Updated: June 8, 6:01 am)
The Roane County Sheriff’s Office is holding an academy for local students this week.
Sheriff Jack Stockton said the students toured the jail on Monday. He said they also learned about traffic stops and patrol tactics.
“They learned the basics and how to act if a police officer stops you,” he said. “It’s a good communication between them and the officers, so they’re not frightened or scared from being stopped by a law enforcement officer.”
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