JPD officers fill in as wait staff to support kids with disabilities

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JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Jacksonville police officers ditched their usual jobs for a few hours Wednesday.

Instead, you could find them filling in as a wait staff at Kettle Diner. It was all part of the Tip A Cop program.

All tips for their service go to support kids with disabilities play sports.

“They do a wonderful job every time they come in,” said Dawn Fliegel, Kettle Diner. “That’s why we don’t ever tell them no and they just get better and better as they go. We have such a great time working with them.”

From bussing tables to taking orders, JPD said they has plans to serve as wait staff again to raise more money over the next few months.

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