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Emergency Planning and Security - Seymour, Conn. , September 24, 2008 -- Local Police Officer Teaches STEP lessons in Seymour, CT. Students responded very positively to learning about how to prepare for disasters in the STEP program. Michelle Collins/FEMA.

Emergency Planning and Security - Seymour, Conn. , September 24, 2008 -- Local Police Officer Teaches STEP lessons in Seymour, CT. Students responded very positively to learning about how to prepare for disasters in the STEP program. Michelle Collins/FEMA.

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Title: Safety Officer Teaching STEP in Seymour, CT

Production Date: 09/24/2008

Caption: Seymour, Conn. , September 24, 2008 -- Local Police Officer Teaches STEP lessons in Seymour, CT. Students responded very positively to learning about how to prepare for disasters in the STEP program. Michelle Collins/FEMA.

Photographer Name: Michelle Collins

City/State: Seymour, CT

Keywords: alternative teacher

Disaster Types: Emergency Planning and Security

Categories: FEMA Event
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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