Baltimore Cheder Boys Get Police Training

From The Baltimore Jewish Life:

The Cheder Chabad of Baltimore elementary boys division had a chance to meet their neighbors during a Lag Ba’omer tour of the Baltimore City Public Safety Training Academy.

They were welcomed by Academy Director Major Mark Partee. They were given a tour of the K9 unit and were showed how the dogs are trained. The children joined an ongoing Police training class and asked the trainees questions about their typical day at the Academy. The students then thanked the trainees for their service to the community.

On the way out they got a glimpse inside of the Police Mobile command center that was setup in the parking lot.

The Cheder would like to thank Baltimore City Public Safety Training Academy director Major Mark Partee and his staff for hosting the students, and Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum, Jewish chaplain of the Baltimore City Police Department, for coordinating the visit.

Photos by Jeff Cohn

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One Comment

  • 1. garfinkel wrote:

    Does the gun have real bullets?
    Keep up the great work Rabbi Chesky!
    Years after the Q was asked in front of 770, it’s good to see it was finally answered.

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