ROCK ISLAND -- The kids sat in Frances Willard Elementary School's library Thursday morning, waiting for their teacher.
She arrived about 9:10 a.m., dressed in all black, including a black face mask.
"Sorry I'm late," Rock Island Police Officer Dytanya Robinson told the Junior Police Academy class. "I've already been working two raids ... I've been sweating in this hot suit since 6 a.m."
The students were wide-eyed and curious. They wanted to know more about her job with the tactical unit -- and her uniform.
It's the first year for the academy, designed to teach pre-teens about the different aspects of police work. They academy just wrapped up the last of four, three-day sessions.
This is the worst idea for a mock raid, i have heard in a while.
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