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Week 443
June 22, 2009

Editor's Note:

Police officers (and editors of Web sites for officers) tend to be patriotic folks. We're looking ahead to Independence Day and want to share your best stories from patrolling on July 4th. Your entry could be funny, inspiring, or surprising. Just make it short — about 200 words — and e-mail it to us by June 29th. We'll publish the best in a special Independence Day section.

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