Dep. Shane Hatfield was recognized by the Eaton Optimist Club as the “Officer of the Year” in Preble County, in association with Optimist International’s Respect For Law Week. Pictured is Hatfield and Ken House of the Eaton Optimist Club. In 1965, Optimist International began Respect For Law Week, with the cooperation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, in an effort to combat apathy toward crime and the dispensation of justice.


Dep. Shane Hatfield was recognized by the Eaton Optimist Club as the “Officer of the Year” in Preble County, in association with Optimist International’s Respect For Law Week. Pictured is Hatfield and Ken House of the Eaton Optimist Club. In 1965, Optimist International began Respect For Law Week, with the cooperation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, in an effort to combat apathy toward crime and the dispensation of justice.

Dep. Shane Hatfield was recognized by the Eaton Optimist Club as the “Officer of the Year” in Preble County, in association with Optimist International’s Respect For Law Week. Pictured is Hatfield and Ken House of the Eaton Optimist Club. In 1965, Optimist International began Respect For Law Week, with the cooperation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, in an effort to combat apathy toward crime and the dispensation of justice.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_1OptimistOfficerofYear.jpgDep. Shane Hatfield was recognized by the Eaton Optimist Club as the “Officer of the Year” in Preble County, in association with Optimist International’s Respect For Law Week. Pictured is Hatfield and Ken House of the Eaton Optimist Club. In 1965, Optimist International began Respect For Law Week, with the cooperation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, in an effort to combat apathy toward crime and the dispensation of justice.
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