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Officers take lead in keeping children safe going to and from school

5:56 PM, Sep. 3, 2013
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Anxious parents dropping their children off for their first day of school Tuesday might not have noticed a group of officers standing watch to make sure everyone stayed safe.

The Wisconsin Rapids Police Department stations officers in school zones each morning and afternoon while students are going to and from school. On Tuesday morning, a Daily Tribune Media reporter accompanied Officer Dan Pelot while he patrolled the area around Grove Elementary School, 471 Grove Ave., Wisconsin Rapids.

Pelot arrived at the intersection of Grove Avenue and Lincoln Street at 7:45 a.m. Although it was ...

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