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Dreams realized for Schenectady police recruits

Five take oath, look forward to training

New Schenectady Police Department recruit Jared Jupin gets a hug from his mother, Amy Jupin, of Clifton Park, during a swearing-in ceremony Tuesday in the rotunda at City Hall.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
New Schenectady Police Department recruit Jared Jupin gets a hug from his mother, Amy Jupin, of Clifton Park, during a swearing-in ceremony Tuesday in the rotunda at City Hall.
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Karen Gailor knew the day was coming when her son would become a police officer. When Michael V. Gailor finally took the oath on Tuesday, his mother was proud. “He’s been telling me that since he was a little boy,” Gailor said of her son’s goal of becoming a police officer. “I knew it was going to happen someday. It just took time.” Gailor, 27, of Saratoga Springs, was one of five new Schenectady police ...


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wmarincic
July 18, 2012
6:18 a.m.

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Congrats to you all, you will be working with some great guys and gals......

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