Four Westchester police chiefs lend helping hand in Gulf Coast

A contingent of police chiefs from Westchester went to the Gulf Coast Monday to help the hurricane victims.

Four police chiefs from Harrison, Ardsley, North Castle and Dobbs Ferry left from the Westchester County Airport Monday afternoon. Their mission is to assess what still needs to be done in New Orleans and Mississippi, and then give moral support to the officers already there. They are expected to return Wednesday night.

On Sunday, firefighters in Scarsdale organized a drive for Hurricane Katrina. The collected supplies are being sent to Alabama.Related Stories:

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