Police cadets get a head start on community service

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KAYSVILLE -- Members of the Weber State Police Academy spent Thursday morning serving their community and getting a taste of what their future careers will hold.

The 19 cadets weeded and planted a tree at a women's shelter in Kaysville. One cadet even built a bench to donate.

"Get to help the community right before we go serve the community even more, so it's a good stepping stone into law enforcement," said Cadet Casey Perkins.

The service project is one of the last steps completed by the cadets before they graduate.

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