OCSO vehicles add Autism Awareness stickers

Posted 6/29/22

Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office has a long history of supporting  Special Olympic athletes, some of whom...

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OCSO vehicles add Autism Awareness stickers

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OKEECHOBEE — Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office has a long history of supporting  Special Olympic athletes, some of whom are on the spectrum for autism.

Sheriff Noel E. Stephen wanted to take that show of support a step further.  On June 28, all marked patrol cars added Autism Awareness Project stickers in their rear windows as a continued sign of support.

Sheriff Noel E. Stephen and Major Michael Hazellief welcomed a group of young people with autism as guests on June 28 while announcing the project.

Those  in attendance received a gold leaf O.C.S.O. sticker badge and an exact copy of the sticker.

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