Local police officer bonds with 6-year-old boy born with no arms who dreams of becoming a cop

6-year-old Harrison Humphries dreams of becoming a detective or a police chief. Luckily for him, he’s found the perfect mentor in a local police officer.

As young as he is, Harrison already knows what he wants to do in life, thanks in part to the friendship he has formed with Officer Rolf Seiferheld of Duluth, Iowa.

The boy was born without arms, but his disability doesn’t stop him from living a normal life and dreaming big.

Now, the pair have established a routine. Every Friday night, Harrison joins his mentor on patrol, and the duo said it’s what they look forward to every week.

Seiferheld shows the curious boy his tools and lets him sit behind the wheel of his police car. Harrison helps him out as well by making sure that his equipment is in good shape.

Harrison really feels that he is Seiferheld’s partner, and the latter continues to encourage his dream of going into law enforcement.

It’s no wonder they clicked because Harrison and the kind cop share the same philosophy regarding police work.

“I think this is a relationship that can continue to grow, a partnership, which is what a community should be,” she said.

Harrison is fortunate to have a great role model who has his back. Watch the video below to learn more about his wonderful partnership with Officer Seiferheld.