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Bainbridge sells back the blue t-shirts

Bainbridge law enforcement has teamed up with city leaders to create a back the blue tshirt. (Source:WALB) Bainbridge law enforcement has teamed up with city leaders to create a back the blue tshirt. (Source:WALB)
Norris Atkins, Kids N Kops Volunteer. (Source:WALB) Norris Atkins, Kids N Kops Volunteer. (Source:WALB)
The shirts cost ten dollars and are being sold at city hall. (Source:WALB) The shirts cost ten dollars and are being sold at city hall. (Source:WALB)
BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) -

Bainbridge law enforcement has teamed up with city leaders to create a back the blue tshirt.

Part of the profits from the shirt will go towards the kids n kops program and shop with a cop.

The kids n kops program is a way to keep an ongoing relationship between law enforcement and kids in the community.

Volunteers said they are happy to receive part of the tshirt funding for the program.

"Anything we can do to pretty much help the kids out, instead of walking around and getting in trouble. And putting in trust with the public safety officers because basically with everything going on around the world we need to make sure the kids feel comfortable with public safety officers," said Norris Atkins, Kids N Kops Volunteer.

The shirts cost ten dollars and are being sold at city hall.

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