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  • Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, being sworn in for "Cop For A Day" by Buffalo Grove Chief of Police Steven Casstevens.

       Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, being sworn in for "Cop For A Day" by Buffalo Grove Chief of Police Steven Casstevens.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, goes off with his partner, Ofc. Mike Martin at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, goes off with his partner, Ofc. Mike Martin at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen stands with Chief of Police Steven Casstevens, left, and Cmdr. Jim Newton, after being sworn in as "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen stands with Chief of Police Steven Casstevens, left, and Cmdr. Jim Newton, after being sworn in as "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, is shown a squad car by Ofc. Mike Martin at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, is shown a squad car by Ofc. Mike Martin at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen gets photographed with his partner, Ofc. Mike Martin, by Chief of Police Steven Casstevens during "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen gets photographed with his partner, Ofc. Mike Martin, by Chief of Police Steven Casstevens during "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen holds his official ID badge as "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen holds his official ID badge as "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen pops his head out of the NIPAS Bear Cat with Buffalo Grove Ofc. Derek Hawkins at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen pops his head out of the NIPAS Bear Cat with Buffalo Grove Ofc. Derek Hawkins at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen gets a tour of the NIPAS Bear Cat from Hoffman Estates Paramedic/Firefighter Mike Lorkowski at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen gets a tour of the NIPAS Bear Cat from Hoffman Estates Paramedic/Firefighter Mike Lorkowski at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, sits inside the NIPAS Bear Cat.

       Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, sits inside the NIPAS Bear Cat.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, gets an Award Ribbon Bar pinned on his uniform by Cmdr. Jim Newton during "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, gets an Award Ribbon Bar pinned on his uniform by Cmdr. Jim Newton during "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen gets a lesson on how to shoot a AR15 patrol rifle from firearms instructor Sgt. Vince Positano at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen gets a lesson on how to shoot a AR15 patrol rifle from firearms instructor Sgt. Vince Positano at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen watches his mom Susan get a shooting lesson from firearms instructor Sgt. Vince Positano at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen watches his mom Susan get a shooting lesson from firearms instructor Sgt. Vince Positano at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, making a staged traffic stop with partner Ofc. Mike Martin during his "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, making a staged traffic stop with partner Ofc. Mike Martin during his "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen gathering evidence with Evidence Technician Ofc. Ross Valstyn at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen gathering evidence with Evidence Technician Ofc. Ross Valstyn at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Brodersen sits in a fire truck at the end of his "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Adam Brodersen sits in a fire truck at the end of his "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, catching a bad guy with his partner, Ofc. Mike Martin, during his "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       Seven-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, catching a bad guy with his partner, Ofc. Mike Martin, during his "Cop For A Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 

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