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Officers who go above the call of duty honored in Canfield

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On Wednesday, in Canfield 12 officers were recognized for going above the call of duty. 

The Mahoning Valley Law Enforcement Executive Association handed out awards for saving lives, valor and more. 

Greg Taillon, Jackson Township Police Chief, told 21 News, "It's just a rewarding to know these officers are out there and they are doing their job, and this is what they do every day."

Officers from Trumbull, Mahoning and Columbiana Counties were all represented today. 
 

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