Students express their passion for cars in an after-school program with police

The Drag Racing Against Gangs & Graffiti, or DRAGG, is an after school program that gives students the opportunity to build cars for car shows and get hands-on experience in the automotive industry. The students work with the local police in this program as well, giving them the chance to work closely in their local communities. We hear from Officer Matthew Teerink, the program director of DRAGG Phoenix.

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