Members of the community stood on the street outside the North Precinct to clap, smile and cheer at Gwinnett County police officers as they arrived for their shifts or left for the day on Monday.
Renee Rafanelli, wife of Major Christopher Rafanelli, organized the series of events across Gwinnett County over the next week to boost morale among local law enforcement following a series of protests against excessive police force.
Chamian is a reporter with a bachelor of science in journalism from Appalachian State University and a graduate of Gwinnett County Public Schools. She previously covered politics and education in North Georgia.
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Renee Rafanelli, wife of Major Christopher Rafanelli with the Gwinnett County Police Department, organized "Cheer the Blue" events across Gwinnett County over the next week to boost morale among local law enforcement.
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