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Police officer enjoys working in a small village

Ben Kimble
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Ben Kimble
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What is the best part of being a police officer in a small village? Officer Paul Zullo of the Scotia Police Department says that his favorite part is interacting with people around the village. “A good thing about the job is that every day is unique,” Zullo says. To become a police officer, one must attend the Police Academy and participate in 12 weeks of on-the-job training. Even after 17 years on the force, Officer ...

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