Cobb high school students can become Chief of Police for the Day

Cobb Police Department Headquarters. Used on article about south cobb drive collisionCobb Police Department Headquarters (photo by Larry Felton Johnson)

The Cobb County Police Department has started a program that allows high school students to work side-by-side with Cobb County Police Chief Michael Register. The student takes part in daily meetings and planning sessions and observes the operations of the police department. The first participant was Jenae Gray of North Cobb High School. Here’s the police department’s Instagram post of Chief Register with Ms. Gray:

Captain Hite of the Cobb County Police Department, who worked with Chief Register on the program, told the Courier in an email, “The program is an initiative by Chief Register to develop greater communication with our communities youth and help them gain better understanding of not only the police department, but county government as well. Ms. Grey was the first student chosen.”

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Larry Felton Johnson
Larry Felton Johnson is the editor and publisher of the Cobb County Courier. He holds a degree in journalism from Georgia State University and enjoys exploring the county's trail and greenway network when he isn't covering county government meetings and court proceedings.

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