Kids in Bainbridge now have a new method of transportation to Kids and Kops events.
The Decatur County School board donated a school bus to Bainbridge Public Safety for the Kids N Kops program.
The program hosts different events such as basketball and fishing tournaments.
Officers said it's a way for them to build relationships with youth in the community
"From the very beginning we've had a problem with transportation to different events. A lot of kids can't participate if you can't get there," said David Cutchin, BPS.
The bus will be finished sometime next week.
They are working on putting the Kids N Kops logo on the side of it.
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