Officers from the South Patrol Division, other KCPD units and members of the Hickman Mills School District’s Prevention Coalition will meet with residents Friday to get to know them and talk about current crime trends and safety tips.
The event will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, July 10, at Ruskin Way Park, 113th Street and Ruskin Way. In addition to officers from the South Patrol Division, officers and their animal partners will be present from the Canine and Mounted Patrol sections. Bomb and Arson Section personnel also will be there.
The meet and greet is happening to address ongoing crime trends in the Ruskin area. Officers want to get acquainted with area residents and business people, as well as pass out information and tell residents how to stay safe and take back their neighborhood.
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