Charlotte's public safety football team kicks off season
Some of the Charlotte area's most athletic public safety officers are headed to San Diego this morning to try to best their west-coast counterparts on the football field.
The Charlotte Cobras, a semi-professional team made up of 57 officers from Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, the Charlotte Fire Department, the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office and other law enforcement organizations in the area, on Saturday will kick off the start of the National Public Safety League football season by playing the league champions in San Diego.
Each of the teams playing in the league is a non-profit that... read more
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