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Local Officers To Be Featured In Calendar

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NEW YORK STATE – Local police officers are featured in a 2009 calendar that is being released by the New York State Chief’s Association.

Fulton City Police Department is highlighted as an award winner on the January page from the Empire State Law Enforcement Traffic Safety conference.

The month of October is dedicated to an Awareness Night at the Oswego Speedway hosted by DMV and the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee. Agencies represented in the collage include SUNY Oswego police, Oswego police, Auburn police, Camillus police, the Oswego County Sheriff’s Department, Fulton police, Syracuse police, New York State Police and Oswego County STOP DWI.

Details about the calendar can be found at www.nychiefs.org.

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