Oklahoma City Police Department Gives Back to Community at “Faith and Blue” Events; invite you to help
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma City Police Department is holding its second annual “Faith and Blue” event across the subway to connect with the community it serves.
OKCPD is partnering with Brookwood Baptist Church for the “Better Together” event on Sunday October 10th.
The public is invited to the church at 8921 S. Walker from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday to meet with local law enforcement and learn more about the equipment used by the department.
Officials say community members can stop, look through the equipment, and speak with officers.
Several units will be involved in the display, including K-9, police helicopter, motorcycle unit, and more.
A religious service will also be held after the event.
OKCPD also organizes a collection of coats for young people throughout the month of October to benefit the Positive Tomorrows school for homeless children.
You can drop off new and used coats in all youth sizes anytime throughout October at donation boxes in several locations in the community, including the OKCPD headquarters and its four divisions.
Officers are also participating in private community events to give back this month.
On Friday October 8, volunteers worked with Habitat for Humanity to build housing in the metro.
Volunteers will also be at the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank on Monday, October 11.
Learn more about Faith and Blue on their website.
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