The Police and Kids Foundation is currently working with the IRS and Operation 10-24 to amend its purpose and mission statement to include additional goals and projects for the charity. As part of the Operation 10-24 project the charity will use money collected through the State of Florida specialty license plate program to support state law enforcement needs for equipment and training, further student education programs and cover costs related to the advertisement of the state “Operation 10-24” specialty license plate. Currently Bill S-0132 is moving through session and if approved would go into effect in October 2014.
We would like to congratulate Aquilah Scott for receiving the Police and Kids Foundation Scholarship Award for 2013. She will be attending Florida State University.
We would like to congratulate Mackenzie Ligas for receiving the Police and Kids Foundation Scholarship Award for 2012.
On June 23, 2012 from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm, officers and volunteers from the Pinellas Park Police Department will be acting as your waiters and waitresses at BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse located at 3800 Park Blvd, Pinellas Park FL 33781.
The officers will be working for your tips during your dinner in an effort to raise donations for the “Police and Kids Foundation” Charity. All proceeds raised will go directly to the foundation to assist children in need and scholarships for students.
Officer Behar from the Pinellas Park High School acquired a piece of steel from the world trade center which has been added to the Pinellas Park Hgh School 9/11 Memorial. Click the link below to view the full story.
A “Schist” from the World Trade Center site has also been added to the 9/11 Memorial Site (See Below)