Brimfield Police Department's edition of 'Letters from the Elementary School'

Kids thank chief for saving banks, people, PS3

BRIMFIELD, Ohio - Kids say the darndest things. That's why we thought we'd highlight a few letters sent to Brimfield police by elementary school children.

On the department's Facebook page, Brimfield Police Chief David Oliver posted several letters he's received recently from young students in his community.

Below, in no particular order, you can read "Letters from the Elementary School" in their words.

Dear Brimfield Police,
Thank you for everything you have done around Brimfield. You save banks and people. -Megan
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Dear Brimfield Police Department,
Thank you for all you do for the community. Thank-you Chief Oliver for coming to our school every morning.
Sincerely,
Ava
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Dear Chief Oliver,
Thank You for saving people's lives. We are grateful to have such a great chief. I am lucky to know there will be a policeman at the door whenever I am in trouble.
Your Friend.
Micah
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Dear Police,
Thank-you a lot for keeping us safe. If you weren't here, my PS3 probably wouldn't be in my house. All of the criminals are gone because you have great police skills. You are all very nice and friendly.
PS…Chief Oliver… Pittsburgh rocks and so does anyone who beats the Browns.
Your Friend,
Colin
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Dear Brimfield Police Department,
Thank-you for arresting bad guys. You work too hard.
Sincerely,
Gavin
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Dear Police Officers,
Thank-you so much for protecting us. You guys make me laugh.
God Bless,
Julia
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Dear Brimfield Police,
I have to thank you for all the good things you helped us with. You are the best. You guys showed up at my 4-H Club with your dogs.
Sincerely,
Shelby
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Dear Brimfield Officers,
I am new in town and when I was at my old house, I was in a bad place. I moved here now and I feel safer. I want to thank you.
Sincerely,
Isaiah.

"And this is why we love those children," said the chief in his post.

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