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Cadets help Libke family


The family of fallen Officer Robert Libke got some help with basic household chores on Nov. 23 from an effort organized by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Volunteer Cadet Program.

by: PHOTO COURTESY: CCSO - The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and Hillsboro Police Department cadets team up to rake leaves and clean gutters at the Libke home in Portland.Volunteering their time, CCSO and Hillsboro Police Department cadets teamed up to rake leaves and clean gutters at the Libke home in Portland. This effort was facilitated with help from the Fallen Badge Foundation and the Oregon City Police Department.

“Our cadets wanted to show their support for the family and felt they could do so in the same way they support our community and the sheriff’s office — through community service,” said CCSO spokesman Deputy Marcus Mendoza.

CCSO’s Cadet Program is made up of young men and women between the ages of 15 and 21 who are interested in learning about careers in law enforcement. For more information, visit clackamas.us/sheriff/cadet.html. If you would like to learn more about contributing to the Officer Libke Fund go to ccpobf.org.

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