For Release: 05/22/17
Prepared By: Cheri Hennig
RAYTOWN POLICE PRESENTS “COPSICLES” COMMUNITY PROGRAM
The Community Services Unit of the Raytown Police Department will begin a program called “Copsicles” on May 24- the final day of school in Raytown, MO. Copsicles aims to build relationships with the community in a fun and unique way, by providing free popsicles in parks and other locations throughout the city during the summer. Once every two weeks, an officer will take the custom-built Copsicles cart to a location that will be announced the night before on social media, to offer popsicles to anyone in the area who would like one. The first Copsicles event will happen at 1:30 PM on Wednesday, May 24, at C. Lee Kenagy Park, 79th Street and Raytown Road. Follow us on Twitter (@RaytownPD) and Facebook (facebook.com/RaytownPolice) to find out where we will be and when!