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 FPSI’s basic recruit classes raise $4425 for the families of fallen police officers

FPSI students present a check to Sheriff Larry Campbell, accepting on behalf of Law Enforcement United
HAVANA, Fla. (September 26, 2012) – The Florida Public Safety Institute’s Basic Recruit Classes (BRC) 390, 391 and 392 recently presented a check for $4425 to Law Enforcement United, a charity that assists the families of police officers who are killed in the line of duty. Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell visited FPSI’s campus to accept the check on behalf of Law Enforcement United.
FPSI’s law enforcement classes are required to work together on a community project of their choosing to instill a tradition of service. The students of BRCs 390, 391 and 392 organized three fundraisers for Law Enforcement United: a raffle event with support from local businesses, a charity billiards tournament and the sale of awareness-raising wristbands.
“It’s the ultimate sacrifice, and to take the time and opportunity to honor that, and to support families through those tragic times—we couldn’t think of a better thing to do,” said Wes Roberts, class president.
To learn about Law Enforcement United’s ongoing efforts, visit
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