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POLICE OFFICERS SCHOOL UNDER WAY AT HARVARD

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The Police School of Instruction, which was started last year by District Attorney R. T. Bushnell '19, is once again under way with augmented classes, and is being held in the New Lecture Hall by permission of President Lowell.

This school, which started on Monday, will continue for two weeks. Classes are being held from 2.30 to 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon and from 8 to 10 o'clock at night in order to accommodate officers who are on night and day shifts. There are seven nationally known instructors this year who will impart knowledge to the officers which they would not ordinarily receive in their regular courses of instruction.

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