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Ice Cream with a Cop

June 3, 2017

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Charlottesville police are working to build community relationships in a unique way. The Charlottesville Police Department kicks off its 3rd annual "Ice Cream with a Cop" series Saturday.      

Officers say the event helps establish, build, and maintain the relationships between the Charlottesville community and police officers.

"I think any positive interaction with police members is always good and I mean that's what we strive for is really building upon these relationships and starting at a young age not just children but as adults as well," Sgt. Robert Haney of CPD said.

The dates for the “Ice Cream with a Cop” events will be as follows and the hours are from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

6/03/17 - Washington Park
6/17/17 - Meade Park
7/0117- Green Leaf Park
7/08/17- Forest Hills Park
7/15/17- Belmont Park
7/2217- Tonsler Park
Mobilee Delicious will be providing soft-serve frozen yogurt (cup/cone) and Italian ices. These events are sponsored by the Charlottesville Police Foundation.

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James Pierce

The Police Department supports the Boys & Girls Club Teen Program by sending officers to the Cherry Avenue Club from 7 to 11 p.m. during the summer. There is nothing quite like seeing a police officer on a Teen Night in the Club, smiling, shooting hoops, or riding a mechanical bull to humanize all officers for the kids. The Club appreciates its unique partnership with the CPD and CPF.

—James Pierce, Executive Director

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia