Philadelphia-polisiebeampte gooi sokker rond met skoolkinders: 'Not the first time'

John Brady, polisiebeampte van Philadelphia, is vandeesweek op video vasgevang waar hy 'n sokker buite met skoolkinders gooi terwyl hy op sy pouse was.

In die video wat met Fox News Digital gedeel is, the officer can be seen tossing the ball back and forth with multiple students — then finishing his break, getting back in his car and returning to work.

It was a nice, friendly, upbeat interaction — simple, kind and just worth noting.

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But it’s the type of positive experience that isn’t often talked about or covered.

In a phone interview with Fox News Digital this week, Officer Brady said this wasn’t the first time he’s made a point of stopping during his break to have a positive interaction with kids in the community.

If I’m going to trim half of my lunch [periode] to go meet a kid, have a great interaction — and someday one kid won’t think twice about actually telling a cop when they need help or are just asking a question — then I did my job,” hy het gesê.

Officer Brady said the positive police exposure is good for the kids in this particular part of town.

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He says he tends to patrol the lower-income housing areas of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Police Officer John Brady is seen tossing a football with school kids while on his break one day this week. (Fox News Digital)

Philadelphia Police Officer John Brady is seen tossing a football with school kids while on his break one day this week. (Fox News Digital)

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