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Riverside officer talks with RB African American Club

Published: Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014 4:41 p.m. CDT
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Riverside police officer Isaac Hamilton speaks with Riverside Brookfield High School students Feb. 18.

RIVERSIDE – At the request of Alison Jackson, school nurse and sponsor of the African American Club at Riverside Brookfield High School, Riverside police officer Isaac Hamilton spoke with students in the club Feb. 18. Hamilton, a one-year veteran of the Riverside police force covered topics that students would encounter and how to choose the correct path in life.

“I feel that it is my role as an officer in the community to be accessible and approachable by the area high school students. It is important to aid in good decision making and not only having life goals but the means in reaching those goals,” said Hamilton.

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