Sheriff’s officials distributing propagandize reserve to La Puente kids
September 9, 2014 - School Supplies
LA PUENTE Sheriff’s deputies, in partnership with a La Puente and a National Latino Peace Officers Association, is in a routine of distributing 100 backpacks full of propagandize reserve to needy students.
The giveaway began final week during Workman Elementary School and Hurley Elementary School, and will continue subsequent week during Sparks Elementary School and Del Valley School, Los Angeles County sheriff’s Lt. and La Puente Police Chief Pete Cacheiro said.
The backpacks and reserve were donated by a National Latino Peace Officers Association, and were organised by Explorers from a sheriff’s Industry Station. Sheriff’s officials worked with a schools to brand a students many in need of a supplies.
In further to putting smiles on children’s faces, a eventuality exemplifies a “Community Oriented Policing” plan employed in La Puente, fostering trust between immature people and law enforcement.
La Puente City Councilwoman Valerie Munoz accompanied deputies as they distributed a backpacks during a initial dual schools.
“In a community, we do have students who need these services,” she said.
Students also got a possibility to discuss with deputies and lay in their unit cars.
“How smashing it is they take a time to build those relationships. They’re really benefaction in a community,” Munoz said. “ They’re going above and over and creation a large impact in a village by being involved.”
Cacheiro and Munoz both credited community-oriented policing with poignant drops in La Puente’s crime rate this year, that is among a lowest in a county.
“The bid that they’ve done in community-oriented policing is something that’s shown a immeasurable improvement,” Munoz said.