Const. Shaun Nagel and service dog Karma are in the first of five videos from the Abbotsford Police Department with members reading their favourite bedtime stories. (Photo by Dale Klippenstein)

Abbotsford officers read their favourite bedtime stories online

Five-book video series posted by Abbotsford Police Department

Members of the Abbotsford Police Department (APD) are bringing story time to kids in a virtual format.

Over the next month, the APD is posting a five-book video series of officers reading their favourite bedtime stories.

The series starts with police service dog Karma and her partner, Const. Shaun Nagel, who share The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler.

They are followed by Const. Cuffs, a community police sergeant, a patrol officer, an intelligence unit officer, a youth officer and the media sergeant.

The series is published weekly on the APD’s YouTube channel, Facebook page, and Instagram account.

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