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Schenectady program touts early education as crime-fighting tool

Schenectady Police Chief Brian Kilcullen reads to a small group of children at the Howe Early Childhood Education Center on Thursday morning as part of an event highlighting early education.
Schenectady Police Chief Brian Kilcullen reads to a small group of children at the Howe Early Childhood Education Center on Thursday morning as part of an event highlighting early education.
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Schenectady Police Chief Brian Kilcullen gave students at the Howe Early Childhood Education Center a dose of reality Thursday morning. Reading “Police Officers on Patrol” to about 20 kids gathered around him on the floor, he paused at a point in the story where mounted patrol was mentioned. “We don’t have horses,” Kilcullen said with a smile. “We have dogs though, but they’re too small to ride.” The sit-down with the students was the culmination ...

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