February 18 This week, Oleksandr Andriychuk, a 10-year-old Ukrainian boy with terminal brain cancer, wore a customized police uniform and attended a special ceremony held for him by the Western Ukrainian Police Force in front of his home.
He was sworn in After participating in a day’s patrol for the police.
According to Reuters, on the 15th, the police held a special ceremony for Oleksander.
They stood in line to applaud and salute him, gave him a toy police car, and pinned a badge to his chest.
They put his wheelchair in the police car so that he could participate in the patrol.
The boy’s mother said that becoming a policeman has always been his dream, but he has only a few days to live.
Oleksander lives in the local shelter for women and children with his mother and sister. Marta Levchenko, the head of the shelter, had previously posted about Oleksander’s wish and asked the police to help realize it.
Levchenko said: “We know that this child has a dream.
He is waiting for a miracle to happen.
I was impressed by the many police officers from all over the world who responded to my post asking where the kids live and sewing uniforms with badges for them.”