Cobb officer completes GPSTC course
by MDJ staff
11:16 PM, Saturday, February 06
Officer Paul Barnhill of the Cobb County Police Department has completed a weeklong training program at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth. This training enables Barnhill to instruct other officers in drug recognition techniques....

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