Montville HS program allows students and police officers to learn from one another

A new program at Montville Township High School gives students in its community-based instruction program on-the-job training in a place one might not expect - the township police headquarters.

Feb 16, 2023, 10:54 PM

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New Jersey has one of the highest rates of children with autism in the nation.
A new program at Montville Township High School gives students in its community-based instruction program on-the-job training in a place one might not expect - the township police headquarters.
In this episode of “Positively New Jersey,” Brian Donohue checks out a program in which police officers are the mentors. But as Montville Township Police Sgt. Scott McGowan put it, "We're going to grow and learn just as much as they are."


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