CMPD “New” Middle School Explorers Club! CMPD “New” Middle School Explorers Club! The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is starting a “NEW” Middle School Explorers Club for students in the 6th – 8th grade!
The Open House will be on Monday, September 28th, 2020 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm.
The meeting will be at the Police Activities League of Charlotte located at 1330 Spring Street, Charlotte, NC 28206.
The CMPD Explorers Club introduces students to the career of Law Enforcement and to the CMPD. Exploring is a hands-on approach to learning and includes training in Law Enforcement topics found at the local, state, and national levels.
Open House Agenda: • Welcome & Introductions • 2020/2021 Explorers Program Overview • COVID Safeguards and Guidelines • Explorers Registration • Questions & Answers If you have any questions or for more information regarding the program please contact Officer Ryan Botzenmayer at email@example.com.
It’s that time of year again to assist in bringing joy to families in need at Christmas. Since 1974, the CMPD Explorers Christmas Project has collected and delivered toys and food to hundreds of families annually. In 2015 CMPD started a partnership with the Salvation Army Christmas Assistance Program in an effort to support more families with the Explorer Christmas Project.
Please see the attached instruction sheet that gives all of the information about accessing the online pre-registration portal we are using this year. Basically, if a client registered last year, has not moved or had additional children – The Salvation Army will import their application without further documentation. If the client is new, The Salvation Army will need to see the typical paperwork via some version of a virtual meeting, call or Email. If the applicant is new and does not receive food stamps or free school lunch (direct approval, not free lunch from a Title 1 school), The Salvation Army would need to verify their household income is less than the guidelines in the attached Federal poverty document.
This year the Salvation Army will not accept requests for bikes this year.
Officer Rafael Garcia Freedom Division – Community Coordinator Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department 4150 Wilkinson Blvd Charlotte, NC 28208 Call/Text(980)297-0745 firstname.lastname@example.org
Good Morning everyone, This month CMPD has launched the campaign “Lock It or Lose It” in response to the overwhelming number of Larceny From Auto’s involving gun thefts. PLEASE remember to LOCK your car doors and REMOVE any valuables and GUNS from inside..!! Please read the attached flyer and click –> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6evc2duv4w for more information. Feel free to reach out to the officers with any questions. Officer Garcia email is email@example.com and his phone number is (980)297-0745 call/text.
Please share with all youth ages 16-24. The City of Charlotte Mayor’s Youth Employment Program (MYEP) is gearing up for Summer 2021. Youth can earn $900 in 5 weeks over the Summer. The first step to join MYEP is to attend the required Job & Career Readiness Training (JCRT), you must register to attend, registration ends on September 30th. Please feel free to contact Tawana Thompson, MYEP Liaison with any questions, (980) firstname.lastname@example.org
MYEP students on the job as a nurse, at bank of america, siemens, and in a hard hat working. 35 years MYEP logo in the center
We are looking for volunteers to participate in our HOA board members and the various different committees such as Social and ARC. This is a good chance to Be involve in our community and make the positive change you want to be!!
Please join us Tuesday August 6, 2019 from 5pm-8pm for our FREE 6thAnnual National Night Out event @ Tuckaseegee Recreation Center. We will have a Game Truck, Bouncy Houses, Popcorn, Snow Cones, Vendors and several Carnival Games. If you are interested in possibly being a vendor for this community event, please contact me by Friday August 2, 2019. See attachment for more details.