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Product News Awards Scholarship Grant for Law Enforcement Education

June 21, 2016  | 

Online auction site recently awarded the 3rd Annual Chief Daryl Gates Memorial Educational Scholarship Grant at the 2016 California Association of Property & Evidence (C.A.P.E) Training Seminar.

This grant supports the furthering of education of law enforcement officers to honor the late Chief Daryl Gates of the Los Angeles Police Department.

Gates dedicated his career to education for both law enforcement and the public community. He is best known as an originator of the D.A.R.E. program. In addition, Gates was also a senior advisor and mentor to since their start in 1999. markets and auctions both unclaimed and surplus assets on behalf of law enforcement agencies. The site offers a wide range of products, including electronics, jewelry, clothing, and even vehicles. Hundreds of new auctions are listed daily.

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