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Over the past year we have worked closely with the California Police Youth Charities. They have helped the Oakland Police Department in its effort to bridge the gap between police and "at risk youth." The generosity of the program allowed us to take kids and their police chaperones to two Raider games. Although from Oakland, many of the youth had never been to an event at the Coliseum. CPYC is doing great work!  

David A. Kozicki
Captain of Police
Strategic Area Command
Oakland Police Department

CPYC is an outstanding organization and the San Diego Police Department SWAT Team members would like to thank them for the work they do in reaching kids in a positive way! Keep up the good work!  

Chief Bob Kanaski
San Diego Police Department
SWAT Association President

The California Police Youth Charities has been instrumental in supporting youth programs of the Palm Springs Police Department. Palm Springs Police Department believes that youngsters who participate in our youth programs will become valuable and contributing members of society when they reach adulthood. Family values, teamwork, honesty, fair play and personal accountability for one’s own actions are part of what we teach through our youth programs. We thank you for your continued support.

Gary Jeandron
Chief of Police
Palm Springs Police Department

With the tough economic times, cutbacks and shortfalls in budgets and personnel these days, there are not many things you can count on to make a positive change and bring a smile to a child’s face. But, Chris Eaton and California Police Youth Charities are at the top of the list of those you can count on. Chris, you and CPYC have always been there for Lincoln Police Activities League and kids from all over the state. Whenever help is needed CPYC answers the call.

Paul Shelgren
Chief of Police
Lincoln, CA Police Department

“CPYC is a tremendous, worthwhile organization benefitting the underprivileged youth in our communities. By providing young people the opportunity to attend sporting events they would otherwise be unable to experience, CPYC helps strengthen the relationship between young people and law enforcement.”  

Casey Nice
Assistant Sheriff
Alameda County Sheriff's Department

Through a developed relationship with the California Police Youth Charities, the Alameda Police Department was able to take 170 “at risk and underprivileged” youth to a movie day with the Oakland Raiders and to an Oakland Raider game. The California Police Youth Charities has also helped to offset costs of equipment and uniforms for the Alameda Youth Football Association, of which we are a partner. I can’t thank them enough for the positive impact they have had on many young men in Alameda.

Walt Tibbet
Chief of Police
Alameda Police Department

 

With the tough economic times, cutbacks and shortfalls in budgets and personnel these days, there are not many things you can count on to make a positive change and bring a smile to a child’s face. But, Chris Eaton and California Police Youth Charities are at the top of the list of those you can count on. Chris, you and CPYC have always been there for Lincoln Police Activities League and kids from all over the state. Whenever help is needed CPYC answers the call.

Paul Shelgren, Chief of Police (Ret.)
Lincoln, CA Police Department

 

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