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by BROCK FLEEGER/Gazette on May 15, 2013 10:50 AM

Members of the Indiana County Moose lodges presented a “Cop-in-a-Box” kit to the Indiana County District Attorney’s Office and members of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force on Tuesday.

“Cop-in-a-Box” is a grant program developed by the Safe Surfin’ Foundation, which gives law enforcement the equipment and training needed to protect children against Internet predators. It comes with hardware, software, a monitor, printer and training curriculum.

At the presentation Tuesday were, from left, Chuck Chiplis, Indiana Moose Lodge governor; Jim Fleming, past lodge governor; John Pennington, Clymer Moose administrator; Detective Rob Erdley, ICAC; Chris Baker, Dixonville Moose administrator; Dennis Powell, PMA District 13 president; Patrick Dougherty, Indiana County district attorney; and John Boyles, representing the Safe Surfin’ Foundation.

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