‘More than a uniform': Rock Hill cops give camper from children's home a lasting memory

June 20, 2016
Rock Hill's SWAT team responds to the most dangerous situations. Life and death live in these officers' eyes. But at the Worthy Boys and Girls Camp run by the Rock Hill Police Department, the SWAT team that made a presentation to a group of campers found a situation just as important as any hostage crisis.

A child just 10 years old - taken from his home because of allegations of abuse and neglect - was one of the campers a few days ago. The camp helps 160 kids each summer, boys and girls, to have an experience they maybe would never have. This kid was picked to wear the SWAT gear, the great stuff of real heroes as the SWAT team did a presentation. The kid stood taller than a mountain in the gear.

View full story as published by [Herald] on [June 20, 2016]