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Youths learn lessons, build relationships with city school police at camps

Youths learn lessons, build relationships with city school police at camps

Cpl. Ronnie McCain opened the floor for questions, and on cue, a wave of arms rose into the air. He took a step back in surprise, his smile broadening at the group of 25 middle-school girls in the small classroom at Vanguard Collegiate Middle School — where they had spent three weeks of their summer at the Girls Expecting More Success (GEMS) school police camp. It's one of two camps being run by the Baltimore school police department this summer. Another camp, the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) program, ended Friday at Charles Carroll Barrister Elementary School. The camps are bringing more than 50 youths and law enforcement together as the city debates...

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