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Charleston Police offer police motorcycle training seminar

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The Charleston County Sheriff's Office will be hosting the 7th Annual Police Motorcycle training seminar on Friday March 15 and Saturday March 16 2013.

This prestigious event showcases the skills and abilities it takes to operate a police motorcycle with rider safety in mind. As in years past the event is being held in parking lot E of the North Charleston Coliseum off of International Blvd. The Bostic Law Firm is once again a sponsor of the event.

This year's event is expected to highlight approximately fifty riders from across the Southeast including Florida, New York, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina among others. Charleston County Sheriff's Office motor officers will be competing in the event as will riders from Charleston County EMS.

Events begin with practice on Thursday March 14th and the competition begins with the opening ceremony at 11:00 a.m. Friday, then Team Riders, Skills course and other competitions culminating with an awards ceremony Saturday evening.

The public is invited and encouraged to attend this event and cheer on their favorite rider, the training is free to the public including free parking.  Proceeds from the event benefit Camp Happy Days.

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