Volunteer Officers Lend HPD A Helping Hand

Six Graduate From City’s Auxiliary Police Program

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Posted: July 9, 2014

Don Klotz (left) receives his pin from his wife, Jenne, during the graduation ceremony for Harrisonburg Police Department’s auxiliary officer program at the city’s Public Safety Building last week. Klotz was one of six new volunteer police officers who graduated from the 256-hour training program. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
LEFT TO RIGHT: Luis Rivera, Don Klotz, Anthony Hill, Jeff Fisher, Ed Blackwell and Thurston Bechtel graduate from the auxiliary officer program last week.

HARRISONBURG — Before launching his career as an engineer, Harrisonburg resident Ed Blackwell spent several years in the U.S. Army infantry.

That’s where the 49-year-old picked up the skills he...



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