QALAT CITY, AFGHANISTAN-- New York Army National Guard Maj. Roderick J. Cassidy, center, a member of the New York Army National Guard deployed with the judge advocate general office of the U.S. Army Stabilization Transition Team, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, goes over aspects of Afghan criminal law to leaders of the Afghan Uniformed Police Qalat Substation 1 as he conducts a refresher class in Afghan criminal law at the Provincial Meeting Center in Qalat City June 5, 2012. Cassidy taught a refresher course on Afghan criminal law to the Afghan police officers as a way to build greater law enforcement capacity within the AUP.
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