Saturday May 14 is Police Day: A Collaboration Between Greenwich Cops and the Junior League of Greenwich

Craig Zottola, who is part of Greenwich Police Special Response Unit hit it off with Ryan Lewis, 11, who attends Eastern Middle School. Ryan's dream is to become a Navy Seal. Credit: Leslie Yager

At Greenwich Police Day 2015, Craig Zottola, who is part of Greenwich Police Special Response Unit hit it off with Ryan Lewis. Ryan’s dream is to become a Navy Seal. Credit: Leslie Yager

In honor of National Police Week the Junior League of Greenwich invites you to join them for Police Day !! On Saturday May 14 at the Greenwich Public Safety Complex 11 Bruce Place.
There will be a variety of departmental vehicles and equipment on display. There will be operational demonstrations performed by the K-9 unit and other specialty team. It’s a family friendly event with a bouncy castle on site for children and free hot dogs!
There will also be guided tours of the Public Safely Complex every half hour. The event is rain or shine and runs 10:00am until 2:00pm. This event is run in collaboration with the Junior League of Greenwich.

See also: A Twinkle in the Eyes of Future Police Was Evident at Greenwich’s Annual Police Day 2015

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At Police Day 2015, Christina Webber and Leigh Anne  Rowinski from the Jr.League of Greenwich posed with some of the thank you notes to Greenwich Police from children. Credit: Leslie Yager


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