FRAMINGHAM (CBS) — Individuals across the state are doing their part to show support for law enforcement amid the recent deadly attack on police officers in Dallas.

Jackson Dwyer, 19, of Natick delivered coffee and donuts from Dunkin’ Donuts to employees at State Police Headquarters in Framingham Thursday morning.

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Dwyer is no stranger to the demands of State troopers. He is a former cadet of the 2014 student trooper program, which aims to increase youth’s understanding of the job of police officers.

Quincy Police got a special cupcake delivery on Thursday.

Two children deliver cupcakes to Quincy Police. (Courtesy: Quincy Police Department)

Two children deliver cupcakes to Quincy Police. (Courtesy: Quincy Police Department)

Two young girls delivered lunch and cards to Seekonk Police.

“They said they did not want us to feel sad because of what was happening in Dallas,” the department posted on their Facebook page. 

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In the wake of the Dallas shootings, two young girls bring in lunch and cards to Seekonk police. (Courtesy: Seekonk Police Department)

In the wake of the Dallas shootings, two young girls bring in lunch and cards to Seekonk police. (Courtesy: Seekonk Police Department)

Burlington Police also received a special drop-in.

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Mansfield Police received cookies and a card.

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Five Dallas police officers were killed Thursday night when a gunman opened fire during a protest of police shootings.