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Law Enforcement Officers, Trainees Unite for Batson Children’s Hospital Run
Produced by Jim Albritton | Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann led trainees and alumni from the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy on a one-mile run from Millsaps College to Batson Children’s Hospital. Each participant donated money to the state’s only children’s hospital at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Patients and staff greeted them at the hospital’s entrance and accepted more than $1,600. This is the third MLEOTA run benefitting the Jackson hospital. | http://newsocracy.tv
Minute Mardi Gras | Fat Tuesday in the French Quarter 2012
Produced by Jim Albritton | The NOPD officially ends the Mardi Gras season in New Orleans at midnight on Fat Tuesday as fire trucks, patrol cars and mounted police clear revelers from the streets of the French Quarter. | http://newsocracy.tv
COPS IN SPRINT CARS | CAJUN SPRINTERS
Produced by Jim Albritton | Three friends—law enforcement officers in a rural Mississippi county—watch out for each other on the job, but on the track, they compete to win. Together they race sprint cars—part of the Cajun Sprinters Association—in several gulf states. For more information, go to http://cajunsprintersassociation.org or http://newsocracy.org.