Law enforcement camp

Students with Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Thomas Phillips and K-9 ‘Tux.’

Students from around the state came to Camp Rilea for the Oregon American Legion Law Enforcement Career Camp on July 25 and throughout the week. Students from all across Oregon participated as 11 students graduated July 29, with keynote speaker Seaside Police Chief Dave Ham.

The class was the first since the pandemic and the first time it has been held at Camp Rilea, Ed Owens, chairman of the American Legion Law Enforcement Career Camp, said.

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