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Toledo Police has 17 new
allies in their mission to keep the Glass city safe.
After a week-long
training, TPD and the Area Office on Aging graduated 17 new members to the
Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol (RSVP).
RSVP is a way for retired
men and women to give back to the community. They spend the week training with
police in areas such as defensive driving, crime scene training, and lessons in
They then perform a
variety of services, such as checking on the elderly.
"It's very exciting
because if I have 17 individuals who volunteer their time to help serve this
community, it's nothing short of outstanding," said TPD Chief Derrick Diggs. "These
17 individuals bring our ranks in the RSVP program up to 70."