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Monday, 15 April 2013 08:37
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The police department will hire three new officers this year. The physical training is the first step toward hiring. Ninety participants tried out and 74 passed. A written test will be given in May and training for those hired will start in September. Hopefuls, including Sean Bakhsh (above), had to maneuver through an obstacle course that included running 300 yards, jumping a six-foot high fence, and dragging a dummy a short distance. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS




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Participants for a physical training hosted by the Bowling Green Police Department are briefed on the sections of training Saturday in front of the Public Works Department on East Poe Road.
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Bowling Green Police Chief Brad Conner (right) briefs participant Derrick Cox as he prepares to run an obstacle course.
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Participant Mary Delaney exits a police cruiser to run an obstacle course during a physical training hosted by the Bowling Green Police Department.
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Bowling Green police officer Gordon Finger helps a participant in securing a weighed tactical belt with mock items during a physical training hosted by the Bowling Green Police Department.
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Participant Ryan Babcock identifies a suspect near the end of an obstacle course during a physical training hosted by the Bowling Green Police Department.
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Officer Dan Mancuso (right) observes participant Daniel Black at the end of an obstacle course.
Last Updated on Monday, 15 April 2013 10:17
 

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