Police Motorcycle Training to be held in Yarmouth Again

CCB MEDIA PHOTO Cape Cod Regional Law Enforcement Council Motorcycle Unit members practice at the Bass River Beach Parking lot in South Yarmouth in May of 2015.

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Cape Cod Regional Law Enforcement Council Motorcycle Unit members practice at the Bass River Beach Parking lot in South Yarmouth in May of 2015.

SOUTH YARMOUTH – Training for the Cape Cod Regional Law Enforcement Council Motorcycle Unit will once again be held at the Bass River Beach parking lot.

A portion of the parking lot will be used for the training from April 26 through May 6.

The unit is made up of police officers from around the Cape and Islands who conduct specialized motorcycle details at events like funerals, motorcycle rides, parades and dignitary escorts.

The training offers the officers a chance to refresh their skills through a coned course to practice tight turns.

Motorcycle patrols allow police to navigate congested traffic and events with high attendance.

The beach and the parking lot will remain open to the public during the training which will be held on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The public is invited to watch the training, meet the officers and check out the motorcycles and safety equipment.

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